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Cincinnati Enquirer: Opinion: Filing taxes will be much easier in the future

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Cincinnati Enquirer: Opinion: Filing taxes will be much easier in the future By: Rep. Steve Chabot (R-OH) Cincinnati Enquirer April 18, 2018 As this year’s tax season comes to an end, millions of Americans are completing the annual headache that trying to navigate our overly complex tax code has become. But, here’s the good news – this is the last year that most American families will have to wres...

Chabot Statement on H.R. 27- Tax Code Termination Act

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With tax day approaching, millions of Americans are rushing to finish their taxes and grappling with the complexity of the tax code. So, I think today is a good day to remind them that it doesn’t have to be this way. Yesterday the Small Business Committee had two hearings about small businesses and the tax code. One had small business folks themselves, the other had the IRS Commissioner. The conc...

Congressman Chabot Statement on Obama’s Final Budget

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Congressman Chabot Statement on Obama’s Final Budget WASHINGTON – House Committee on Small Business Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) made the following statement about President Obama’s FY2017 budget request: "With this final budget, President Obama has shown once again that while he has no intention of helping small businesses, he’s counting on small businesses to help him. Small businesses routinel...

Small Business Committee Weighs in on SBA FY2017 Budget

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Small Business Committee Weighs in on SBA FY2017 Budget WASHINGTON – The House Committee on Small Business approved its official views and estimates on the FY2017 budget for the Small Business Administration (SBA) today. While Committee Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) noted bipartisan support for key programs designed to help entrepreneurs, he stressed the need for swift action to correct serious ma...

Chairman Chabot Previews President Obama’s FINAL State of the Union

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Chairman Chabot Previews President Obama’s FINAL State of the Union Under Obama, Small Businesses Get Hit Worst and First WASHINGTON - House Committee on Small Business Chairman Steve Chabot (R-OH) made the following statement about what he expects from President Obama’s final State of the Union address tonight: “Small business owners tell me a very different story than the one I expect President...

Congressman Chabot Reacts to the President's State of the Union Address

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"President Obama used his last ever State of the Union address to try to divide the American people and those they have chosen to represent them. Tonight, I hoped to hear President Obama reach out to the elected representatives of the people and commit to working with us. Instead, he talked about the ways he plans to work around us. He may not want to listen to us, but the American people should r...

What The Transportation Bill Means for Greater Cincinnati

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As part of my efforts to better represent you in Washington, I routinely ask local folks what Congress can do to improve their lives and our community. One answer I hear time and again (along with simplifying the tax code and getting the federal government off their backs) is that we need to replace the Brent Spence Bridge. The bridge was built in 1963 and was intended to carry 75,000 cars daily. ...

Chabot Introduces Legislation to Eliminate Wasteful, Duplicative Federal Commission

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U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot (R-Westwood) introduced legislation Thursday to eliminate the Denali Commission, a duplicative regional agency whose primary purpose is distributing federal funds to state and local entities in Alaska. Chabot’s legislation, H.R. 3589, the Eliminate the Commission to Nowhere Act, has been referred to the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee. The Denali Commission...

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