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VIDEO: “Karen”

Communications • April 23, 2013

Meet Karen DeLoach: a mother of three, grandmother of six, and bookkeeper from Montgomery, Alabama. Karen represents millions of working moms all across this country who balance their jobs with their families. Rep. Martha Roby (AL-02) recently introduced the Working Families Flexibility Act of 2013 – commonsense legislation that would remove obstacles for working families …

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More Spending and More Tax Hikes Won’t Help Everyday Americans

Communications • April 10, 2013

WASHINGTON – House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) issued the following statement today after President Obama released his FY2014 budget: “Today – after awaiting the release of President Obama’s budget for over two months – we find ourselves disappointed by the ineffective solutions he has proposed for the American people. His budget will …

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Republican Leadership Press Conference

Communications • April 10, 2013

President Obama released his budget today, 65 days late. Instead of offering serious solutions, the President has put forth a budget that raises taxes, increases Washington spending, and holds entitlement reform hostage to even more tax hikes. Americans deserve better. House Republicans have a budget that balances, and does so in a responsible way: http://GOP.gov/budget

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Rep. Lee Terry (R-NE) Delivers the Weekly Republican Address (VIDEO)

Communications • March 30, 2013

In this week’s address, Congressman Lee Terry urges President Obama to approve construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. It’s been more than 1,600 days since the application has been submitted, and it has overwhelming support in the House and filibuster-proof support in the Senate. It will create thousands of American jobs and secure more domestic …

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Republican Leadership Press Conference

Communications • March 19, 2013

This week, House Republicans will vote on our balanced budget, the “Path to Prosperity.” We’ll vote to cut wasteful spending and reform government in a responsible way, not fuel more spending with tax hikes. Learn more here: http://GOP.gov/budget

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Chairman Ryan Delivers the Weekly Republican Address (VIDEO)

Communications • March 16, 2013

In this week’s address, Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) discusses House Republicans’ responsible plan to balance our budget in 10 years. Next week, we’ll vote on a budget that cuts wasteful spending, fixes the tax code with lower rates and closed loopholes, and clears the way for patient-centered reforms in America’s health care system. …

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Chairman Ryan to Deliver the Weekly Republican Address (PHOTO)

Communications • March 15, 2013

Chairman of the House Budget Committee Paul Ryan (R-WI) will deliver the Weekly Republican Address tomorrow, Saturday, March 16. Here’s a behind the scenes photo of Chairman Ryan delivering the address, in which he’ll discuss the importance of a balanced budget. House Republicans are the only ones to submit a budget that balances, as it …

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Republican Leadership Press Conference

Communications • March 13, 2013

Today, House Republicans met with President Obama to discuss the issues facing our nation. We remain committed to passing a balanced budget, which is crucial to creating more jobs and opportunity for all Americans.

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ICYMI: New Study Indicates a Balanced Budget Is Good for the Economy

Communications • March 13, 2013

Last night in an interview on ABC News with George Stephanopoulos, President Obama said that his goal for the budget was to “grow the economy” and “put people back to work.” House Republicans hope that this is truly the case, as the American Action Forum is out with a new study this morning which indicates …

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Walk the Walk

Communications • March 11, 2013

Every budget the President has submitted never balances. We agree with his talk of cutting wasteful spending and producing a responsible budget, but he can’t walk the walk.

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