Congressman Randy Weber

Representing the 14th District of Texas
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Tax Reform

We have a jobs deficit in this country, and the President has done nothing to encourage job creation outside of the public sector. We need to lower rates on individuals and businesses, simplify our tax code so that people can actually file their own taxes, and create incentives for investment that brings money back into the United States.

For more information concerning my work and views on Tax Reform, please contact me.

I look forward to hearing from you.

Thank you.

More on Tax Reform

Apr 5, 2017 Press Release
Washington, D.C. – Representative Randy Weber (R – Friendswood) introduced H.R. 1866, the Animal Fat Tax Act of 2017. Similar legislation was introduced last Congress. Representative Weber’s statement is as follows:
Aug 27, 2013 Press Release

ALVIN, TX – On Monday, August 26 the Alvin Tea Party Patriots hosted a forum where Congressman Randy Weber answered questions from panelists on specific topics, such as limited government, fiscal responsibility, free market economy, ObamaCare and Immigration Reform. The Congressman also took written questions from the audience on a variety of questions.

Feb 13, 2013 Press Release


Washington, D.C. – Tonight, the President gave his annual remarks for the State of the Union. In response, Congressman Randy Weber (R-Texas) made the following statement:

“Tonight, President Obama put forth an agenda that he believes will boost the economy and create good-paying jobs without costing a dime. However, we’ve heard the exact same story for the last four years. Instead, President Obama’s failed policies have exploded our debt, increased unemployment and stifled economic growth.

Feb 6, 2013 Press Release


Washington, D.C. – Today, the House voted on the “Require a Plan Act” that would require the President to submit a budget that would balance at some point during the 10-year budget window.  If the President’s budget does not reach a balance, he would then be required to submit a supplemental budget that shows when his budget request would reach a balance. Congressman Randy Weber (R-Alvin) released the following statement: