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The U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 1st congressional district, serving since 2009.
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ENG: David Phillip "Phil" Roe, MD (born July 21, 1945) is the U.S. Representative for Tennessee's 1st congressional district, serving since 2009. He is a member of the Republican Party. The district is based in the Tri-Cities area in the northeastern portion of the state. Early life, education, and career Roe was born on July 21, 1945 in Clarksville, Tennessee. He graduated from Austin Peay State University in 1967 and earned his Medical Degree from the University of Tennessee College of Medicine in 1972. After graduating from medical school, Roe served in the United States Army Medical Corps, attached to the 2nd Infantry Division at Camp Casey, South Korea. He was discharged as a major in 1974. He then went into OB/GYN practice in Johnson City, retiring after 31 years. Political ...
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Morristown native receives Congressional Medals


U.S. Rep. Phil Roe presented the Bronze and Silver Congressional Medals to Morristown native Joanna Suich. The 21-year-old is two-thirds of the way through completing the entire program, which is open to young people ages 14 to 23. Suich learned about the program in 2008 from a family friend, Shirley Goggans, and was intrigued by the opportunity. “I love to do new things. I thought it would be a great opportunity to serve others,” she said. The Congressional Award is a non-competitive, voluntary program with four diverse program areas that encourage youth to explore new areas of ...


Phil Roe performs CPR on man at airport


Representative Phil Roe retired from his medical career to go to Congress, but on Tuesday he put his doctor skills to use to help save a man's life at a Charlotte, North Carolina airport. The Tennessee Republican said he was drinking a cup of coffee and chatting with Representative Mick Mulvaney of South Carolina at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport when he heard someone shouting for a doctor. Roe ran over to a man lying on the floor. "I couldn't feel a pulse," Roe told Reuters by telephone from Washington. "It looked like he was taking his last breaths." Roe and another woman ...


Roe Hands Out $1.3M Government Check — He Voted Against


Congressman Roe doesn’t want to spend taxpayer dollars but he’s happy to dole it out. This is exactly the kind of sham leadership that has Tennesseans so frustrated with the Republican Congress. Roe voted against the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 — also known as the stimulus package. That didn’t seem to bother him in Greenville, where he handed out a $1.3 million check paid for by stimulus funds. ... Source: tndp.or


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Productivity in Congress
All too frequently, I hear concerns from East Tennesseans that Congress is not accomplishing enough on their behalf. In the previous administration, while Congress would often pass good proposals, we didn’t have a partner in the White House working with us to get bills across the finish line. I’m pleased that already under President Trump, this trend is quickly being reversed. In the first 100 days, the House and Senate have passed 175 bills and 35 have already been signed into law. The work being done doesn’t dominate the headlines, but we’ve already accomplished a great deal on behalf of the American people. We’ve started by trying to undo some of the previous administration’s regulatory agenda, passing Congressional Review Act resolutions that overturned 14 separate major regulations that will save taxpayers roughly $3.7 billion in regulatory costs, and 4.2 million hours in paperwork. We’ve improved veterans’ health care and continued funding government operations.
Committee Leaders Move to Overturn Flawed Fiduciary Rule, Strengthen Protections for Retirement Savers
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. Phil Roe (R-TN), member of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, and Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL), chairman of the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Tax Policy, today introduced the Affordable Retirement Advice for Savers Act (H.R. 2823). The legislation would protect access to affordable retirement advice by overturning the Obama administration’s flawed fiduciary rule while ensuring retirement advisors serve the best interests of their clients. Members released the following statements upon introduction: “Our nation faces difficult challenges when it comes to retirement security, and the American people deserve real solutions,” Rep. Roe said. “That is why, for years, we’ve been working to stop a flawed fiduciary rule that would make it harder for low- and middle-income families to save for retirement. The Obama administration made a reckless, unnecessary trade-off between strong protections for retirement savers and access to afforda
The Financial Choice Act: Empowering Americans
This week, the House will consider H.R. 10, the Financial CHOICE Act, legislation introduced by House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling. This bill will replace the misguided and overly burdensome regulations created by the Dodd-Frank Act, which have resulted in significant cost increases and restricted capital access for consumers and American business owners. The CHOICE Act will protect American consumers, investors and entrepreneurs – pushing for smarter regulations that promote, not stifle, economic growth. By taking up the Financial CHOICE Act, the House can continue to hold Wall Street accountable without jeopardizing access to capital for American homeowners and entrepreneurs. The Dodd-Frank Act contained more rules and regulations than any other Obama-era bill – including Obamacare. Because of Dodd-Frank’s excessive regulations, Americans have been burdened with higher costs and more paperwork. For example, before the Dodd-Frank Act became law in 2010,
Roe Statement on the Financial CHOICE Act
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, Rep. Phil Roe, M.D. (R-Tenn.) released the following statement on House passage of H.R. 10, the Financial CHOICE Act: “I am proud to support the Financial CHOICE Act. For seven years, the Dodd-Frank Act burdened small and community bankers with a new, overly-complicated regulatory regime that has threatened access to capital for millions of small business entrepreneurs and potential home buyers. The Financial CHOICE Act replaces these regulations with reforms to our financial system that will strengthen our economy while preserving important protections for consumers; and also bringing more accountability and transparency to Wall Street and Washington. Most importantly, the Financial CHOICE Act will end the days of bailouts for big banks and open up capital investment opportunities for small businesses and startups. The previous administration believed in taking away decision-making power from consumers and giving it to bureaucrats, but the Financial CHOICE



 
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