U.S. Congressman David B. McKinley, P.E.

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McKinley Secures Crucial Tax Reform Victories

On Friday, the House and Senate released the final version of the tax reform legislation. Throughout this process, our office sought to get the best deal possible for West Virginians. Even after the House passed the tax reform bill and started negotiations with the Senate on the final version, we pushed to make sure our priorities were addressed. We did not take our eye off the ball. Through perseverance, we successfully worked to maintain the Historic Preservation Tax Credit, education credits that will make college more affordable and clean coal research credits, and successfully removed provisions that would cost local jobs. I applaud Chairman Kevin Brady and the negotiators on the conference committee for taking action on these critical issues. This plan will deliver much needed relief for middle income families and make our tax code fairer and simpler.

 

 

McKinley Delivers One Minute Speech Honoring Gunnery Sgt. Dale Sigler

On Wednesday, I gave a one minute speech honoring Gunnery Sgt. Dale Sigler from Moundsville West Virginia. Dale’s life has been one of exemplary service to his community and country. At the age of 17, during the height of World War II, he got his parent’s permission and enlisted in the U.S. Navy, before he’d even finished high school. He retired after 20 years of military service. but his desire to serve the community didn’t stop there. He went on to serve as Chaplain for the local chapters of the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Marine Corps League. 

Click here to watch the speech. 

 

West Virginia Oil and Gas Marketers Association Visits D.C.

On Wednesday, it was great to have Daniel Hall, representing the West Virginia Oil and Gas Marketers Association, the West Virginia Trucking Association, the West Virginia Independent Insurance Association and the West Virginia Wholesalers, stop by the office today to discuss the importance of tax reform to West Virginia's economy.

 

FCC Votes to Restore Internet Freedom

On Thursday, the FCC voted to restore internet freedom. The FCC’s vote preserves the open and dynamic Internet the American people have known since the early 1990s. The light-touch Title I rules, under which the Internet flourished for decades, will help more Americans than ever before access the web, video streaming, telemedicine, and the innovations of the future made possible by increased investment in broadband. Now, the table is set for Congress to provide clear, permanent rules through a bipartisan legislative solution. We hope that all stakeholders, and our Democratic colleagues, will finally engage in serious negotiations soon. Thank you for your service to our country. 

 

Have a great weekend!

Sincerely, 

 

David B. McKinley, P.E
Member of Congress

Contact Information:

Washington D.C. Office
2239 Rayburn HOB | Washington, DC 20515
Phone:(202)225-4172 | Fax:(202)225-7564
Morgantown Office
709 Beechurst Ave., Suite 29
Morgantown, WV 26505
Phone:(304)284-8506
Fax:(304)284-8505
Parkersburg Office
408 Market Street
Parkersburg, WV 26101
Phone:(304)422-5972
Fax:(304)422-5974
Wheeling Office
Horne Building 1100 Main Street
Suite 101
Wheeling, WV 26003
Phone:(304)232-3801
Fax: 304-232-3813

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