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.
Communications • September 14, 2013
In this week’s address, Rep. Diane Black (R-TN) discusses legislation passed by the House in a bipartisan vote to protect taxpayers by preventing fraud and abuse in ObamaCare. Learn more about the No Subsidies Without Verification Act (H.R. 2775) and become a Citizen CoSponsor here.
Communications • September 13, 2013
Speaker Boehner announced today that Rep. Diane Black (R-TN) will deliver the Weekly Republican Address tomorrow, Saturday, September 14. Here’s a behind the scenes look at Rep. Black delivering the address, in which she will discuss legislation the House passed this week to prevent fraud and abuse in the president’s health care law. You can learn …
Communications • September 9, 2013
The most recent jobs report shows lackluster job growth, a shrinking workforce, and long-term joblessness are hallmarks of the new normal in President Obama’s economy. Americans want a strong economy and a more secure future, and the House Republican plan lays the groundwork for one with new jobs and expanded opportunity.
Communications • August 31, 2013
In this week’s address, Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick (R-PA) discusses the struggles of American small business owners and the roadblocks they face from Washington. From President Obama’s unaffordable health care law to delaying construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline, the policies stifling job creation must stop. House Republicans offer a plan to break down the roadblocks …
Communications • August 17, 2013
In this week’s address, Rep. Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) urges the President and Senate Democrats to support the bipartisan, House-passed delay of the individual mandate in the president’s health care law. You and your family deserve the same relief the President recently gave to big businesses by delaying their employer mandate – it’s only fair.
Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick • August 2, 2013
Americans want a step-by-step, common-sense approach to health care reform. Republicans promote health care reforms that focus on lowering health care premiums for families and small businesses, increasing access to affordable, high-quality care, and promoting healthier lifestyles – without adding to the crushing debt Washington has placed on our children and grandchildren. The following are …
Communications • July 31, 2013
House Republicans know that in order to spur economic growth and create jobs, we need to fight back against an out-of-control federal government that’s making life tougher for hardworking Americans. That’s why this week we’ve introduced several bills that make sure our government works for the American people, not against them.
Policy • July 31, 2013
Federal regulations have an enormous impact on families, small businesses, and the overall economy, yet the costs they impose are difficult to comprehend. Costly regulations touch many aspects of our lives: the price we pay for groceries, the cars we drive, and the appliances we are allowed to use in our kitchens. As Americans continue …