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Remember when Democrats said tax reform only helps the rich?

Communications • October 18, 2018

Hey, what was it again that Democrats were saying about tax reform? Oh, yeah. On top of it being the worst bill in history (really?) and the literal apocalypse, Democrats have been consistently saying things like: First of all, House Republicans have no plans to cut Medicare, Medicaid, or Social Security, and anyone telling you …

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Why do Democrats want to increase your utility bills?

Communications • October 17, 2018

Democrats have pledged to take away your tax cut  if given the opportunity. In their minds, raising corporate taxes helps ‘the little guy’ get ahead. Here’s the problem with that logic: it’s illogical. Until the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act was signed into law nearly ten months ago, the United States had the highest corporate …

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Tax reform’s impact on the disability community

Communications • October 16, 2018

Remember this nonsense? It’s one of the many misleading headlines that defenders of the status quo used in an attempt to defeat the tax cuts Republicans ultimately delivered for the American people in the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act. It contains  several *gems* like these: “[Disabled people are] a group at a disadvantage that’s been …

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10 things that happened last week

Communications • October 15, 2018

House Republicans are  at home, meeting with families, workers, small business owners, and local leaders. Why? Because the stories from home — from everyday Americans from all walks of life — are what inspire the work we do here in the People’s House to build a booming economy, a stronger military, and safer communities (just …

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McMorris Rodgers Outlines Vision for Cleaning Up ‘Toxic’ Budget Process

Communications • October 3, 2018

Two years ago, House Republicans outlined our Better Way agenda to tackle some of the country’s biggest challenges. For House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), restoring the American people’s voice in Congress was — and continues to be — a key component of that bold agenda. Restoring the people’s voice begins with reforming …

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McMorris Rodgers Votes for Historic Bipartisan, Bicameral Opioids Legislation

Communications • September 28, 2018

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement after the House passed the final version of  the SUPPORT for Patients and Communities Act (H.R.6). This legislation will help in our overall efforts to combat the opioid crisis by advancing treatment and recovery initiatives, improving prevention, protecting our communities, and bolstering our …

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What Congress is doing about infrastructure

Communications • September 28, 2018

“We will build gleaming new roads, bridges, highways, railways, and waterways all across our land. And we will do it with American heart, and American hands, and American grit.” -President Donald J. Trump Americans rely on our roads, bridges, skies, and waterways for travel, food supplies, and commerce. Many of our communities’ economies and health …

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Chair Kay Granger (R-TX) at Stakeout: This is how we support the military

Communications • September 26, 2018

Defense Appropriations Subcommittee Chair Kay Granger (R-TX) joined this morning’s House Republican Leadership press conference to highlight how our military is stronger and Better Off Now. Thanks to Republican policies, we are rebuilding our military and ensuring that our troops have the resources they need to be effective. For the first time in a decade, …

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Why Tax Reform 2.0 Matters

Communications • September 24, 2018

This week the House continues our work on tax reform with Tax Reform 2.0, which means protecting middle-class and small business tax cuts, promoting family savings, and advancing the next generation of entrepreneurs Why does this matter? Because the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act is making a real difference in the lives of middle-class families …

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How America’s business women are Better Off Now

Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) • September 22, 2018

President Reagan first proclaimed American Business Women’s Day in 1983, and look at how far women have come in the past 35 years: 11.6 million businesses in America are owned by women Nearly 5.4 million women-owned businesses are owned by women of color, employing 2.1 million people Women are graduating from college at a faster …

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