[SPAM] November Highlights from the House

Congressman Peter Welch
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No on Tax Bill

In remarks on the House floor during debate on the tax bill, Peter outlined why he strongly opposes it.  “If you asked 435 members of Congress if they want to raise taxes on students, the answer from 435 members would be ‘No.’ This bill was written by and for the donor class. Let’s defeat this bill and stand up for the middle class.”

 
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FCC to Abandon Net Neutrality, Putting Free and Open Internet in Jeopardy


Peter did not mince words in his response to the Federal Communications Commission’s proposal to gut net neutrality rules. “This proposal is a wholesale abandonment of the FCC’s core responsibility to protect the interests of consumers and an early Christmas present to big telecom companies. A free and open internet is essential to the free flow of ideas, creativity, participatory democracy, and commerce.”

‘Mr. Welch Goes to Washington’

In an extensive article chronicling Peter’s service in Congress, the Vermont Business Magazine gets Peter’s take on the state of the union. The full article, A Gentleman in Every Sense of the Word: Mr. Welch Goes to Washington, can be found here.

Keeping Vermonters Warm

At the request of the Vermont Congressional Delegation, federal officials released to Vermont $16.9 million in home heating assistance funding. “Vermonters should not have to choose between heating their homes and feeding their families,” Peter said.  Anyone needing assistance should call 1-800-479-6151 or visit the website of the Department of Children and Families.

Helping Others During the Holiday Season

Peter spent Thanksgiving week traveling across Vermont to highlight the important work of organizations helping those in need during the holiday season and year-round.

Peter helped distribute turkeys at the Upper Valley Haven in White River Junction. 

Don’t Miss Out on Health Care Open Enrollment. Get Covered!


Open enrollment under the Affordable Care Act ends on December 15. If you purchase a health plan through Vermont Health Connect, or would like to enroll for the first time, this is your chance to select a plan that is best for you and your family. For assistance with enrolling or making changes to your current coverage, visit VermontHealthConnect.org or call 1-855-899-9600. 
 
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