10 Questions: Rep. Martha McSally (R-AZ)

Communications • February 20, 2015

America’s New Congress is filled with hundreds of Members and thousands of stories. Each week, GOP.gov will introduce you to a new House Republican with “10 Questions.” This week’s Featured Member is Rep. Martha McSally, who represents the 2nd Congressional District of Arizona. Rep. McSally serves on the House Committees on Homeland Security and Armed Services. Prior to serving …

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Health Care > Obamacare

Delays, Disappointment, and Defeat – This Week In Obamacare Headlines

Communications • February 20, 2015

Obamacare had a rough week — one of delays, disappointment, and defeat (but we’re not surprised). Here’s a round up of the President’s latest health care headlines: Delays. The small business Obamacare enrollment has never reached it’s full potential — but don’t hold your breath. “Obama Administration Delays Another Health Care Rule for Small Businesses,” The Washington Post …

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(Not) Making the Grades: The 2015 Economic Report of the President

Communications • February 19, 2015

Today, the Obama Administration released its report card — the annual Economic Report of the President.  President Obama used 2015’s report to push his economic agenda — including trade, business tax reform, and family economics. We give his report an “F.” The President continues to argue that more spending and more government regulation will help the middle class, and insists on blocking the spending …

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Points of View

Communications • February 18, 2015

Solutions are grown from the ground up — whether it’s affordable college, enhanced cybersecurity, or a strong economy — and House Republicans understand that. This week, Members wrote and spoke about the need for solutions that center around the people and places we represent, not Washington, D.C. Watch and read below! Rep. Diane Black (R-TN) “Rep. …

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Executive Action Isn’t the Answer: What We’re Saying

Communications • February 17, 2015

Just after midnight Tuesday morning, President Obama’s executive action on immigration was struck down by a Federal Judge in Texas. Here’s what House Republicans are saying about the court’s decision: Pres. Obama said at least 22 times he didn’t have the authority to do what he did on #immigration. No surprise at least one court agrees. …

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Accountability > The Constitution | Valentine's Day

Dear Constitution: A Love Poem

Communications • February 14, 2015

Love is in the air, right? And we can’t help but think about the things we love the most. From our families, the people and places we represent, and the wonderful country we are honored to serve — we have a lot of Valentines. This year, we’re sending our love to a document we hold …

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This Week in 5 Videos

Communications • February 13, 2015

Another productive week in America’s New Congress. The House passed a number of bills to create jobs, create certainty for small businesses, and grow an Opportunity Economy. Here are 5 videos that summarize the work of the House this week: On Tuesday, the House reauthorized funding for NASA, providing Americans with unlimited opportunity and boundless possibility. …

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10 Questions: Rep. John Ratcliffe (R-TX)

Communications • February 13, 2015

America’s New Congress is filled with hundreds of Members and thousands of stories. Each week, GOP.gov will introduce you to a new House Republican with “10 Questions.” This week’s Featured Member is Rep. John Ratcliffe, who represents the 4th Congressional District of Texas. Rep. Ratcliffe serves on the House Committees on Homeland Security and Judiciary. On the Homeland Security …

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Security > MIAs | Military heroes | POWs

Looking Back on a Triumphant Return Home

Communications • February 12, 2015

42 years ago,  Rep. Sam Johnson returned to the arms of his high school sweetheart after nearly seven years of captivity and torture in North Vietnam. Congressman Johnson served 29 years in the United States Air Force, in both the Korean and Vietnam Wars. But in April 1966 during a night combat mission with the 433rd …

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Incentivizing Charity to Feed the Hungry

Rep. Tom Reed • February 12, 2015

We as Americans care deeply about those in need; it is ingrained in our culture to give and to give often. We are among the most charitable nation in the world, and it is only fair that we continue to incentivize that good neighbor aspect that many Americans hold dear. America is in many ways …

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McMorris Rodgers: Certainty for American Seniors, Children, and Families

March 26, 2015

WASHINGTON, DC – House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement today after the House passed H.R. 2, the Medicare Access …

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McMorris Rodgers: A Budget That Makes People’s Lives Better

March 26, 2015

WASHINGTON, DC – House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement today after the House passed the FY 2016 Budget Resolution, …

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McMorris Rodgers: Empowering Americans With a Balanced Budget

March 24, 2015

“The people are different, but their stories are the same: Obamacare has made their lives worse. That’s why the Balanced Budget for a Stronger America …

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McMorris Rodgers: Setting EPA Standards with Peer Reviewed Research

March 18, 2015

“Our environment is a priority — not only for Americans today, but for those to come long after us. Through peer-reviewed science, the EPA can …

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McMorris Rodgers: Israel’s Election Reaffirms Our Friendship and Priorities

March 18, 2015

“Now, as Israeli society pulls together after this hard-fought election, so too should the United States and Israel recommit to their close partnership and undiminished …

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