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Members of Congress Help Retired War Dog Receive Critical Care WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week U.S. Representatives Ed Whitfield (KY-01) and Walter B. Jones (NC-3) helped a retired...
Whitfield Awarded Manufacturing Legislative Excellence Prize WASHINGTON – U.S. Representative Ed Whitfield (KY-01) was recognized this week for his support of American manufacturers, receiving...
Whitfield Votes to Level Playing Field for American Manufacturers WASHINGTON – Working to protect American businesses and American jobs, U.S. Representative Ed Whitfield (KY-01) supported critical legislation...

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Whitfield Suggests Ways to Reform Congress

In a November 16, 2010 letter to The Honorable Rob Bishop and The Honorable Doc Hastings, Congressman Ed Whitfield writes: "Dear Representatives Bishop and Hastings: The American people have spoken and we must heed their calls and reform the way that the House of Representatives does business. In listening to many of my constituents, others in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and around the nation, I have prepared a list of suggestions which I request be taken into consideration when drafting the rules for the 112th Congress in the House. I believe we all need to take steps to rein in our debt and make absolutely sure that we know the impact our laws will have on our nation, but we cannot do this without drastic changes. I have listed these reforms below for your consideration...Read more

Letter to the Editor: Whitfield Honors Veterans

Dear Editor,From the Minutemen who fought in the Revolutionary War – to the soldiers who are today trying to establish peace in the Middle East – the United States has always been blessed with a military force that is without equal. While no single tribute could fully repay the debt we owe them, Veterans Day at least offers a chance for our nation to stand together in honoring the men and women who have served our country.It is my privilege to represent the veterans of the First Congressional District of Kentucky.  Their devotion and love for this country have left an undeniable imprint on America, even though they often consider their own service a humble duty.Our Armed Forces have always done whatever it takes to keep our freedoms, liberties, and our homeland safe.  So today, on Veterans Day, I want to renew my promise to take every action necessary that......Read more

Congressman Whitfield's '10 Steps to a Healthier America'

Congressman Whitfield has proposed "10 Steps to A Healthier America,' a package of initiatives that will increase access to quality healthcare and services while lowering costs for all Americans. 1. Make Insurance Affordable for All Americans: To ensure all Americans have access to quality healthcare, we need to provide refundable tax credits to individuals and families to purchase insurance. I propose providing individuals with a $5,000 refundable tax credit and families a $10,000 refundable tax credit to purchase insurance in the open market....Read more

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