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Rep. Diane Black: How our Plan for Tax Reform Helps Women

COMMUNICATIONS • August 30, 2016

Our tax code is broken. Simply put, it’s too complex. A 77,000 page behemoth of convoluted rules, regulations, and red tape. That’s why House Republicans have delivered a detailed plan on how we fix it, a plan that’s built for growth and simple enough to fit on a post card (that’s right, a post card). …

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The 5 Weekly Essentials (8/30/2016)

HOUSE GOP TEAM • August 30, 2016

A quick weekly newsletter to keep you up to date on the top things happening in the House GOP Press conference on police accountability and public aggression towards law enforcement from House Judiciary Committee today. WATCH RECAP An alternative to President Obama’s foreign policy by Chairman McCaul. LEARN MORE EpiPen price hike being investigated by …

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Voice for the Voiceless

COMMUNICATIONS • August 26, 2016

At this summer’s Olympics in Rio, gymnast Simone Biles not only won the gold—she won over our hearts with her hard work, positive attitude, and heartwarming story. As a young girl she was adopted by her grandparents after her mother struggled with addiction and was unable to care for her. Simone is a reminder of …

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House Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers: Women’s Equality Day

Communications • August 26, 2016

Today marks the 96th anniversary of the 19th Amendment becoming law. It passed with Republican majorities in the House and Senate and finally granted women the right to vote. In the nearly one century since this historic moment, women have made tremendous strides. If you had told me as a young girl picking fruit on …

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These 3 Reps Give a Closer Look at A Better Way

Communications • August 25, 2016

With a majority of Americans saying our country is heading down the wrong path, House Republicans are spending August traveling to every corner of the country to present real solutions that solve the  pressing challenges of our time — A Better Way for people in places like Ohio, Virginia and beyond. Here’s a closer look: As seen in here in The Clermont Sun, Rep. …

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These Women Are Making History

Communications • August 24, 2016

This Friday, we’ll commemorate the 96th anniversary of women receiving the right to vote. It was a historic moment. It was a public declaration, by law, that every single voice in this country deserves to be heard in our representative government. Since then, women have been breaking barriers and using unique skills, experiences, and expertise …

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McMorris Rodgers on the 20th Anniversary of Welfare Reform

Communications • August 22, 2016

WASHINGTON, D.C. – House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement regarding the 20th anniversary of the successful 1996 Republican-led welfare reforms. “No matter your background or your walk of life, you should be empowered to pursue your version of the American Dream,” said McMorris Rodgers. “Two decades ago, we successfully …

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Snapshot: Rep. Adam Kinzinger on Fighting Poverty

COMMUNICATIONS • August 11, 2016

We only see a snapshot of people’s lives. In today’s closer look, Rep. Adam Kinzinger’s (R-IL) shares the story of his unique upbringing, which included spending time volunteering at his father’s homeless shelter. “He understood that it wasn’t just about giving people food, it wasn’t just about giving them a place to stay, but that …

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House Republicans Challenge Presidential Power with Constitution Plan

Communications • August 10, 2016

In case you missed it, the cost of regulations issued by President Obama’s administration is expected to total $743 billion by the time he leaves the White House. After he leaves, his legacy will be more than $800 billion in new costs for the American people. $800 billion. That’s roughly $2,500 per person in the …

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Rep. Martha Roby: Democrats need to stop blocking Zika funding bill

COMMUNICATIONS • August 9, 2016

It’s here. Zika has entered the United States. Despite House Republicans’ effort to pass legislation providing $1.1 billion in funding to fight the Zika virus, and numerous other sensible solutions to proactively address this public health concern, Democrats in the Senate turned around and voted against this funding to keep Americans safe—the very same funding …

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In The News

McMorris Rodgers Votes to Block Transfer of Gitmo Detainees

September 15, 2016

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement after the House passed H.R. 5351, legislation introduced by Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-IN) …

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McMorris Rodgers Votes to Hold the VA Accountable

September 14, 2016

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement after the House passed the VA Accountability First and Appeals Modernization Act (H.R. …

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McMorris Rodgers Applauds Passage of Regulatory Integrity Act

September 14, 2016

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement after the House passed the Regulatory Integrity Act of 2016 (H.R. 5226). Introduced …

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McMorris Rodgers Votes to Halt Obamacare Tax Increases

September 13, 2016

House Republican Conference Chair (R-WA) released the following statement after the House passed the Halt Tax Increases on the Middle Class and Seniors Act (H.R. …

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Via Recode: Chairman Royce and Chair McMorris Rodgers on the House-Passed Digital GAP Act

September 13, 2016

Today on Recode, House Foreign Affairs Chairman Ed Royce (R-CA) and House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) talk about the bipartisan Digital Global …

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