An America that works at home: Jobs and economic growth

Over the past week, House Republicans have been busy meeting with folks back in their districts. With a stagnant economy and a crippling health care law, jobs and economic growth continue to be the top concerns for Americans across the country. Below are some examples of what House Republicans are doing back home to build an American that works:

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House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and Rep. Gregg Harper (R-MS) visited the Puckett Machinery, a manufacturing hub in Meridian, Mississippi. Too many business owners are struggling because of the burdensome regulations and excessive red tape coming out of Washington, DC. House Republicans are working every day to change that.

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) visited the Woods Equipment Company in Oregon, Illinois, which employs more than 300 employees. “With the right business climate, success stories like Woods can be repeated all across the Sixteenth District and Illinois,” said Kinzinger.

Rep. Tom Graves (R-GA) toured the Propex Global facility in Ringgold, Georgia. House Republicans believe expanding markets for American-made goods will help lower prices for consumers; create better, higher-paying jobs for workers; and attract new investments in the United States. Learn more here.

Rep. Mike Rogers (R-AL) visited the Hyundai and Kia supplier DAS North America in Montgomery, Alabama. The company recently opened a 360,000 square-foot facility that is expected to employ at least 440 people.

Click here to learn more about what House Republicans are doing to build an America that works.