Second District families know that we have a long way to go to get our economy back on track. As a small business owner, I know firsthand how unnecessary government regulation can harm job creators across Florida and the country. That’s why I will be working every day to create jobs and support our small businesses, so every hardworking American has the opportunity to succeed.
Key to this will be dialing back government overregulation and reforming our tax system so American workers can better compete in a global economy. It’s time to put the brakes on government borrowing and overspending, because the tax and spend policies of Washington are hurting families across the country. We have already passed the REINS Act, critical legislation that requires Congressional approval for major new regulations.
I am committed to being a strong voice for Florida agriculture and farmers and ranchers, and I am honored to have been appointed to the House agriculture committee.
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WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Neal Dunn, M.D. (FL-02) today attended the U.S. Supreme Court oral argument of the Florida v. Georgia “water wars” case, and issued the following statement:
Republican Congressman Dr. Neal Dunn (District 2-Florida) attended Monday’s oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the Florida-Georgia “water wars.” Lawyers for each state spoke the hearing, and Dunn said the meeting was packed with stakeholders from both sides of the Florida-Georgia border.
He spoke with the Floridan moments after leaving the morning proceeding and said he felt good about the way things went.
The battle between Florida and Georgia over the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint river system flooded into the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, where judges heard arguments from both sides in the five-year old case.
Florida and Georgia have been involved in a lawsuit since 2013, when Florida took legal action against Georgia for allegedly diverting “too much water” from the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint river system which the Sunshine State says has damaged both the Apalachicola Bay as well as Franklin County’s seafood industry.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Neal Dunn (FL-02) released the following statement after the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Conference Report:
Dunn: Tax Plan Will Save Locals a Bundle
Lake City Reporter by Carl McKinney
November 17, 2017
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Neal Dunn (FL-02) praised the tax reform legislation passed by the House today, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The legislation cuts taxes for individuals, families, and businesses, which in turn will strengthen the economy and create more jobs.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Neal Dunn, M.D. (FL-02), released the following statement after final passage of the fiscal year 2018 congressional budget resolution:
“Passing this budget is the critical next step to cut taxes and jumpstart the economy for the American people.” said Dr. Dunn. “I expect the House to move swiftly to consider reform legislation that cuts taxes and simplifies the code for the middle class. Our plan will help create jobs by leveling the playing field for American workers. We will shrink the IRS and bring it under control. Let’s get to work.”
"The community really appreciates everything Dr. Dunn has done in congress. Especially the votes that he's taken and the issues that he's promoted in Washington D.C. and he's always been part of the economic development push for this area of the state," said Keith Williams, Marianna Resident.
Dr. Dunn made more than ten stops through out Jackson County to check in on some of the schools and small businesses.
Some of his stops included Cottondale High School, Chipola College, and Jims Steakhouse where he sat in with the Rotary Clubs weekly luncheon.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Neal Dunn, M.D. (FL-02), issued the following statement after passage of the House budget resolution, H. Con. Res. 71, Building A Better America.
H. Con. Res. 71 balances the budget within 10 years without raising taxes. It will achieve $6.5 trillion in total deficit reduction over the next 10 years and also produce a $9 billion surplus in the fiscal year 2027. Importantly, Dr. Dunn noted, passing this budget is procedurally necessary for Congress to cut middle-class taxes this year.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Neal Dunn (FL-02) released the following statement in response to the unified tax reform blueprint released by President Trump and Congress: