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Congressman Tom Marino Represents Pennsylvania’s 10th District.

Elected to the US House of Representatives in 2010, Tom passionately fights for the residents of Pennsylvania

Tom, who is known and respected on both sides of the aisle as a fiscal conservative, has played an integral role in the fight to rein in out of control spending and eliminating burdensome regulations that are crippling our nation.

Tom was born and raised in Lycoming County, where his father, Joseph, worked two jobs as a firefighter and janitor. Tom learned at an early age, from his father that you don’t spend what you don’t have and hard work and personal responsibility is how you make through life.

Tom Marino in Office

Tom has led 3 bills that passed the House.

H.R. 2641, the RAPID Act

(worked with Democrat Rep. Bill Owens)

I introduced this bill to cut down on the time of the permitting process for infrastructure and energy projects—from 10-12 years to a maximum worst case scenario of 4 ½ years – to allow the private sector to work and move ahead with creating jobs and spurring the economy.

  • Introduced on July 10, 2013, and passed on March 10, 2014
  • Also included in HR 2, which passed the House on September 18th

  • H.R. 4709, the Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act of 2014

    (worked with Democrat Rep. Judy Chu)

    This bill would strengthen the partnerships between pharmacies and pharmaceutical distributors and the DEA to cut down on prescription drug abuse.

  • Passed by voice vote on the House floor on July 29, 2014

  • H.R. 366, the Animal Spectator Prohibition Act of 2013

    (worked with Democrat Rep. James McGovern)

    Although it is already a felony to stage animal fights, possess or train animals for fighting, or to move animals or cockfighting implements in interstate commerce for fighting purposes, our legislation would make attending an animal fight a federal offense and would impose additional penalties for bringing a child to an animal fight.

  • Introduced on January 23, 2013
  • Passed into law as an amendment to the Federal Agriculture Reform and Risk Management Act (FARRM Act) on January 29, 2014

  • Tom has been a leader on many important bipartisan bills.

    H.R. 2772, the Rape Survivor Child Custody Act

    (Republican lead cosponsor on the Democrat Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz bill)

    Today rape victims who have children as a result of the rape often still deal with continued trauma when the perpetrator claims parental rights over the child. Our bill would encourage states to change the legal standard to support these victims and effectively cut off any parental rights from the perpetrators.

  • Introduced on July 22, 2013

  • H.R. 4814, the Chronic Kidney Disease Improvement in Research and Treatment Act of 2014

    (worked with Democrat Rep. John Lewis)

    This is a comprehensive bill that was developed with input from the entire kidney community- including researchers, doctors, and patient groups. The bill would improve the coordination of federal research, expand the opportunity for care coordination, and promote patient access to care and education. In addition, it provides incentives for home dialysis, and for practitioners to provide service in under-served rural and urban areas.

  • Introduced on June 13, 2014
  • No Action yet, but there was a Kidney Caucus event held on the bill in September

  • H.R. 5531, the Fair Transition Rural Hospitals Act

    (Republican lead cosponsor on the Rep. Cartwright bill)

    This bill would provide a two year moratorium for rural hospitals to comply with a recent CMS rule that reclassified certain rural hospitals to “urban” based on 2010 census data, and leads to a substantial Medicare subsidy cut. Our bill would create a temporary delay to allow these hospitals to better plan for the change and maintain quality care for the community in the meantime.

  • Introduced on September 18, 2014

  • What makes the 10th Congressional District a unique place to live, work and play?

    Tom Marino is excited to represent the 10th Congressional District of Pennsylvania and welcomes all new residents to the District. The District is the third-largest district in the state of Pennsylvania consisting of 15 counties.

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    Join Tom and fight for the America we believe in!