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April 17, 2024 | Press Releases

Steube Legislation to Align Trade Policy with America’s National Security Interests Advances Out of Committee

WASHINGTON – U.S. Representative Greg Steube (R-Fla.) today announced his legislation, Preserving America’s Interests and Security in Trade Act advanced out of committee as a provision in H.R. 7986 The Generalized System Preferences Reform Act. The bill was approved by the Committee on Ways and Means by a vote of 25-17.

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December 23, 2023 | In The News

Derailment assistance still not tax exempt on federal level

THE REVIEW — With 2023 coming to a close and tax season around the corner, residents impacted by the Norfolk Southern train derailment are confronted with the likelihood that any financial assistance received in the wake of the rail disaster will be considered taxable income at the federal level. Time, they say, is running out as the Federal Disaster Tax Relief Act or H.R. 5863, which provides tax relief to victims of East Palestine, hurricanes and wildfires, sits dormant.

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December 06, 2023 | Press Releases

The Evidence Is Clear: Joe Biden Knew About And Benefitted From His Family’s Influence Peddling Scheme

WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Greg Steube (R-Fla.) today released the following statement after the U.S. House Committee on Ways and Means convened a hearing to consider additional evidence from two IRS whistleblowers, Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler:

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November 15, 2023 | In The News

ACCESS Act would give personal health care options to low-income Americans

WASHINGTON TIMES – Over the past decade, access to convenient, affordable health care has declined. Medical costs have doubled, and access to care has shrunk as health insurance companies, looking for ways to cut costs, have moved to cover fewer services and include fewer of the best doctors and hospitals in their networks. This alarming trend affects all Americans, but it falls hardest on people with low incomes and expensive chronic medical conditions. Happily, relief is in sight for many of these struggling Americans, thanks to a thoughtful new bill introduced by two Florida Republicans in Congress, Reps. Greg Steube and Kat Cammack.

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November 02, 2023 | Press Releases

Steube Legislation to Provide Disaster Tax Relief Advances Out of Ways and Means Committee

WASHINGTON — U.S. Representative Greg Steube (R-Fla.) today announced his legislation, H.R. 5863,The Federal Disaster Tax Relief Act, advanced out of the House Committee on Ways and Means. The bill passed out of committee unanimously 38-0. This bill extends rules for the treatment of certain disaster-related personal casualty losses and provides tax relief for losses due to federally declared disasters.

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October 23, 2023 | In The News

Under fire, Social Security chief vows “top-to-bottom” review of payment clawbacks

CBS News – Kilolo Kijakazi, the acting commissioner, testified at a congressional hearing at which House members faulted the agency for issuing billions of dollars of payments in error and then, often much later, demanding that beneficiaries pay the money back. “Ordinary citizens are being punished for a government failure,” said Rep. Greg Steube (R-Fla.), citing a recent investigation by KFF Health News and Cox Media Group.

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October 01, 2023 | In The News

STEUBE: One year after Hurricane Ian, the Suncoast still needs help. Congress must step up.

SARASOTA HERALD-TRIBUNE — On Sept. 28, 2022, the Suncoast experienced the devastation of Hurricane Ian. You would have look back generations to identify a storm with more damage to our area than Ian. One year later, much remains to be done and it will likely take years to rebuild, all while ensuring our families are fully prepared to weather the next storm.  

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