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Speaking of accountability, that is exactly what the Trade Promotion Authority legislation provides. Here is a four page document titled, "Setting the Record Straight on TPA". It is a quick guide on what this legislation does. If you would like to review the legislation in its entirety, please click here H.R. 2146.
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The Justice for Victims of IRS Scams and Identity Theft Act of 2018, authored by Congressman David Young, passed the U.S. House of Representatives by a vote of 403-3 today.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed Congressman Young's IRS Fair Appeals Saving Taxpayers (FAST) Act as a part of the Taxpayer First Act by a vote of 414-0 today.
Iowa Congressman David Young's legislation the IRS Fair Appeals Saving Taxpayers (FAST) Act was added to H.R. 5444, the Taxpayer First Act, and debated on the House floor today. A final vote is expected Wednesday evening.
The IRS FAST Act will level the playing field for taxpayers and allow them access to their own information by requiring the IRS to turn over all non-privileged documents to an individual or business if the taxpayer appeals the IRS's determination decision. This is part of a larger push to shift the burden of proof back onto the IRS when examining taxpayers.
Iowa Congressman David Young's legislation, the Justice for Victims of IRS Scams and Identity Theft Act of 2018, was debated today in the U.S. House of Representatives. A vote is expected Wednesday.
The bill would require the Attorney General and Treasury Secretary to submit reports to Congress detailing how they have prosecuted identity theft crimes and what resources are needed to assist victims of identity theft and fraud. The reports will also include recommendations on how the federal government can better combat identity theft.
Time goes by quickly, months have passed since the New Year has come in and it’s already Spring. As I travel around the Third District, folks share with me how they and their families are benefiting from the new tax relief law, how their businesses - small and large - are feeling freer from burdensome regulations, and how they are feeling optimistic about the future.
Iowa Congressman David Young introduced the IRS Fair Appeals Saving Taxpayers (FAST) Act (H.R.
Iowa Congressman David Young issued the following statement after voting to pass the Fiscal Year 18 Appropriations bill:
"This bill includes a number of provisions which will help Iowans by rebuilding our military, securing our homeland, combating the opioid crisis, and securing our schools.
"After years of neglect, our soldiers are getting a pay raise and the resources they need to train, fight, win, and return to their families. We help secure our border and stem the flow of illegal goods into our country.
Iowa Congressman David Young today pressed Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on the administration's proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum during a Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Subcommittee Hearing.
Each year, the President comes to the U.S. Capitol to speak to members of Congress, but more importantly, to address the American people. The President usually comments on current events, touts accomplishments, and lays out an agenda for the coming year.
This year’s speech was a reminder of the need to work together to address some of our nation's challenges. It was also a reminder of what makes America the incredible nation it is.
An elected official’s most important duty is listening to and speaking with the folks who he or she represents. Not only do I travel to and visit every one of the 16 counties in the Third District every month, I also hold a Coffee with My Congressman public forum and have multiple open office hours sessions with my bosses – the folks of Iowa’s Third District - every year in each county throughout the district. So far this month, I've already held 14 town hall forums throughout the district - from Milo in Warren County to Riverton in Fremont County.