Communications • September 30, 2013
House Republicans continue to lead the fight to keep the government running and ensure fair treatment for all Americans under the president’s health care law.
Communications • September 28, 2013
In this week’s address, Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers discusses the need to couple an increase in the debt limit with efforts to rein in spending. It’s common sense, and something that presidents have worked with Congress to do for the past thirty years. This time should be no different.
Communications • September 26, 2013
The House is leading — and will continue to lead — the fight to keep our government open, control spending, and protect Americans from the harmful effects of ObamaCare. We’ve passed legislation to do just that, and it’s time for the Senate to listen to the American people and join in our efforts.
Communications • September 25, 2013
Earlier this morning, the Health and Human Services Department released a report about premiums in ObamaCare’s federal exchange program. While the Obama administration is doing its best to create a rosy picture of ObamaCare, the facts leave much to be desired. Flashback | Facts | WTAS | Digital Flyer Flashback 2007 – President Obama promises to …
Policy • September 25, 2013
As the economy continues to struggle, America’s young people are feeling the most immediate effects. For those with and without college degrees between the age of 16 and 24, weak economic growth limits job prospects, wage security, and quality of life. The President’s policies have done little to put the country on a path to …
Policy • September 20, 2013
This past August, the Department of Health and Human Services awarded $67 million to organizations to further the Administration’s goal of implementing Obamacare. These organizations, know as navigators, are statutorily charged with, among other things, educating the public and facilitating enrollment in federal and state exchanges. The grants, $13 million more than previously announced, are …
Communications • September 19, 2013
It’s been five years since the Keystone XL Pipeline’s application was submitted to the State Department for approval.
Communications • September 18, 2013
While the President continues this week to try to justify his failed policies, House Republicans remain committed to growing our economy and creating more jobs.
Policy • September 18, 2013
For the nearly 2 million young people who graduated college in 2013, the economic environment remains unfriendly. College graduates continue to struggle finding work, let alone a job in a career that accurately reflects their educational experience. Unemployment among youth remains above the national average. While the number of college graduates continues to increase, the …
Communications • September 16, 2013
House Republicans celebrate the rich history, culture and contributions of Hispanics during this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month.