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Rules of the House Republican Conference Now Available for iPad

Communications • February 8, 2013

WASHINGTON, DC – House Rules Committee Chairman Pete Sessions (R-TX) and House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released a joint statement today regarding a new iBook for the rules of the 113th Congress Republican Conference of the United States House of Representatives: “House Republicans are committed to making Congress a more transparent, accountable, …

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Got a Plan?

Communications • February 6, 2013

On Monday, President Obama failed to submit a budget to Congress on time, breaking the law. (31 U.S.C. 1105). Obama is required to transmit his budget to Congress on or after the first Monday in January but not later than the first Monday in February each year. (31 U.S.C. § 1105, (a), p. 105) President …

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FACT: It’s President Obama’s Sequester

Communications • February 5, 2013

President Obama and His Operatives at the White House Proposed the Sequester “Then-OMB Director Jack Lew, now the White House chief of staff, and White House Legislative Affairs Director Rob Nabors pitched the idea to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.). (Bob Woodward book could bolster Republican attack on W.H., Politico, Austin Wright, September 7, …

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Balancing Budgets

Communications • February 5, 2013

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2/5/13 Republican Leadership Press Conference

Communications • February 5, 2013

House Republicans are serious about the need to address our government’s out of control spending. The same can’t be said for the President and Senate Democrats. For the fourth time, the president’s budget is once again late, and the Democrat-controlled Senate has not even passed a budget in nearly four years. In order to get …

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Perspective

Communications • February 4, 2013

President Obama has accumulated an unprecedented amount of debt in just four years. That’s why we’re voting to #RequireAPlan from his administration to present a balanced budget or tell us exactly when he would achieve one. It’s the responsible thing to do. Check out the chart below comparing his reckless spending to the past 43 …

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Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN) Delivers the Weekly Republican Address (VIDEO)

Communications • February 2, 2013

In this week’s address, Congresswoman Susan Brooks (R-IN) gives an update on our efforts to get our economy moving again and the importance of having a budget. “Each of the last two years, the Republican-led House has passed a responsible budget that addresses what’s driving our debt in order to put our country on a …

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#NoBudgetNoPay Social Media Toolkit

Communications • January 23, 2013

The House passed the No Budget, No Pay Act today with bi-partisan support. The principle is simple: if the House or Senate fails to pass a budget, Members’ pay will be withheld. It’s time for the Senate to act, but we need to keep the pressure on them by sharing information about this bill and …

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#NoBudgetNoPay

Jared Powell • January 23, 2013

Hardworking American families and small businesses have a budget, yet Senate Democrats have failed to pass a budget – the most basic responsibility of governing – for almost four years. That shameful record must end, this year. That’s why the House passed No Budget, No Pay. House Republicans have passed a responsible budget in each …

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House Republican Leadership Press Conference: No Budget, No Pay

Communications • January 22, 2013

House Republicans are committed to reining in Washington spending by holding the Democrat-controlled U.S. Senate accountable for not passing a budget in nearly four years, despite being legally required to do so every year. That’s why the House will vote tomorrow on legislation that requires Congress to pass a budget, or Members’ pay will be …

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