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The U.S. Representative for Colorado's 3rd congressional district, serving since 2011.
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Tipton Calls for Replacement Healthcare Solution with Repeal Vote
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) issued this statement following the first vote by the House of Representatives in the 114th Congress to repeal the President’s failed healthcare law. H.R. 596 would fully repeal the Affordable Care Act and instruct House committees to submit an alternative plan. “The ability of all Americans to access affordable, quality healthcare shouldn’t hinge on politics or legacies. The fact that the Affordable Care Act has failed to achieve the goals of affordability and accessibility for all Americans, and in many cases made it even harder for them to get the care they need, necessitates its repeal and a replacement solution. That’s where the conversation needs to focus. “Repeal of this misguided law is not the only answer to the nation’s many healthcare challenges, which is why I am working with my colleagues to craft a replacement solution. Unlike the President’s healthcare law, which through big government policies has led

Tipton Votes Ease Tax Burden on Small Businesses, Encourage Charitable Giving
WASHINGTON— Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) joined his House colleagues in passing legislation this week to make permanent provisions that simplify the tax code and create greater certainty for small businesses and opportunities for families, and to incentive charitable giving. “Generosity and hard work are among the foremost values that have shaped our country into a land of opportunity and prosperity for generations. Given the chance, Americans will rise to the occasion to help a neighbor in need and provide for their families. That’s what makes this such a special place to live, and I believe that these values should be encouraged by the policies coming out of Washington,” said Tipton. “As part of our continued effort to create an economic climate in which businesses and families can thrive, we passed legislation this week in the House to simplify the tax code and provide greater certainty and relief for small businesses and families, and also make permanent a critical pro

Tipton: FHA Practices Pose Risk to Taxpayers
WASHINGTON—Today, Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO) questioned Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Julian Castro during a House Committee on Financial Services oversight hearing to examine the Federal Housing Administration’s (FHA) precarious financial state. According to a third-party actuarial report released in November 2014, the Mutual Mortgage Insurance Fund’s (MMIF) economic value was $4.8 billion, which is the sum of the FHA’s existing capital resources plus the net present value of its current books of business. However, the report calculated the FHA’s capital reserve ratio includes more than $2 billion in proceeds from recent Justice Department settlements with mortgage lenders. The report showed that the FHA’s reserve ratio was 0.41 percent, when the statutorily mandated minimum standard is 2 percent. “The inability of HUD Secretary Castro to answer basic questions on the FHA’s portfolio today, specifically on matters related to its cap

Tipton Blasts President’s Attempt to Raid Veterans’ Healthcare Program
WASHINGTON—Congressman Scott Tipton (R-CO), today, raised concerns over a provision in the President’s budget proposal that seeks to raid funds from the newly established Veterans Choice Program. The President is proposing to allow the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to redirect funds from the program (currently funded at $10 billion) to meet other ambiguous needs at the agency. “It’s unbelievable after everything that has happened at the VA over the past two years, that just when a critical program was put into place to help veterans who have experienced unacceptably long wait times for appointments and rural healthcare access issues, the President has the nerve to raid the account that makes these fixes possible. Not only is this unacceptable, but it’s a slap to the face of veterans who are essentially being told that their ability to access timely, local care isn’t as high of a priority for the President as shifting funds elsewhere to service the endless bureaucracy

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