Taxable income cannot currently be saved in tax-preferred savings accounts
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Joe Kennedy III (D-MA), Congressman Luke Messer (R-IN), Congressman Richard Neal (D-MA) and Congressman Bradley Byrne (R-AL) reintroduced a bipartisan bill that would allow graduate school students to place taxable stipend or fellowship income into an Individual Retirement Account (IRA).
Legislation would enhance communication across intelligence community
Washington, D.C. – In response to reports that Russian hackers attacked voting systems in 39 states, Congressman Joe Kennedy III today introduced a bill to create a National Russian Threat Response Center. The Center would be responsible for synchronizing and analyzing information pertaining to continued Russian aggression across the intelligence community and among international allies.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Joe Kennedy III today released the following statement in response to the shooting at a practice for the Congressional Baseball Game.
Newton, MA – Congressman Joe Kennedy III released the following statement in response to reports that President Trump will pull out of the historic Paris Climate Accord.
Studies show 80% of low income Americans have trouble obtaining civil legal representation
Washington, D.C. – In a letter to the United States Department of Justice, Congressman Joe Kennedy III (MA-04) and Congressman Trey Gowdy (SC-04) raised concerns about the lack of national data on our country’s civil justice system.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Joe Kennedy III released the following statement in response to the CBO’s estimate that 23 million Americans would lose access to health care under TrumpCare. Additionally, the CBO found that coverage for pre-existing conditions in many states would no longer be guaranteed and the ban on lifetime limits would no longer apply to certain health benefits.
Washington, D.C. – Congressman Joe Kennedy III released the following statement in response to the Trump Administration’s budget proposal.
Trump budget cuts millions from behavioral health care
Washington, D.C. – As an outspoken advocate of mental health reform, Congressman Joe Kennedy III today objected to the Trump Administration’s proposed cuts to a number of behavioral health care programs. Combined with Medicaid cuts included in TrumpCare, the budget would gut the nation’s single largest payer of mental health care by $1.4 trillion over the next decade.