Congressman Steve Stockman

Representing the 36th District of Texas

Tax Reform

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More on Tax Reform

Apr 10, 2014
Blog Post

WASHINGTON, DC – At his weekly press briefing today, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) discussed Republicans’ jobs agenda, applauded House passage of Republicans’ balanced budget, and noted Democrats’ failure to answer the question “Where are the jobs?”  Following are excerpts of Boehner’s remarks:

On Building Our Jobs Agenda One Bill at a Time, Building An America that Works:

Apr 9, 2014
Blog Post

Read Congressman Brady's press release here.

May 15, 2013
Blog Post

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) conducted an intrusive and illegal intelligence gathering and intimidation effort against the Clear Lake Tea Party (CLTP) as part of a larger policy directed at American tea parties. The CLTP submitted an application for a 501(c)(4) tax-exempt status on November 23, 2009, and then after unwarranted delay, the founder of the CLTP queried the IRS in the summer of 2010 regarding the status of our application. We noted that many tea parties that had filed earlier than us had already received their exemption status in a quick and straightforward manner.

Feb 7, 2013
Press Release

WASHINGTON – Congressman Steve Stockman (R-Texas 36) today called on President Barack Obama to order a transcript of today’s National Prayer Breakfast keynote address, frame it and hang it in the Oval Office.

The National Prayer Breakfast, an annual D.C. event that gave us President Ronald Reagan’s “Evil Empire” speech, made history again this year with a highly accomplished black doctor directly refuting liberalism and ObamaCare in front of the President.

Jan 22, 2013
Blog Post

DIBOLL, Texas — With uncertainty looming over the economy and the tax code, forest landowners must stay abreast of new and changing regulations to ensure they’re not paying more than their fair share when tax time rolls around.

And they can do just that at the 2013 Texas Timber Income and Property Tax Workshop scheduled for next month in East Texas.

Hosted annually by the Texas A&M Forest Service, the all-day tax workshop is designed to give landowners — as well as the professionals that prepare their taxes — a leg up when it comes to forest management planning.