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Being ABLE to Work

Communications • June 27, 2017

No matter your background or walk of life, House Republicans want you to be empowered to pursue your own unique version of the American Dream. As House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) often says, that often starts with having a job. Last week the People’s House passed two bills that help Americans learn …

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Making America Safer

Communications • June 27, 2017

House Republicans are keeping their promises to the American people — especially the promise to make public safety a top priority. This week the House will vote on the No Sanctuary for Criminals Act and Kate’s Law, two bills that ensure immigration laws are enforced and help prevent unlawful immigrants from becoming repeat offenders that …

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The pathway to success

Communications • June 23, 2017

If you’re like us, you’re a big fan of Mike Rowe. In 1977, his guidance counselor showed him this poster: This poster and its misguided advice inspired him to create the show Dirty Jobs, and to help shine a light on the underappreciated, widely available, and good-paying jobs across America that are waiting for skilled …

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Restoring the rungs on the ladder of opportunity

Communications • June 21, 2017

At the Conference Stakeout this morning, Reps. Glenn “GT” Thompson (R-PA) and Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) joined House Republican Leadership to share more about their legislation to help Americans learn the skills they need to be competitive and find good-paying jobs. Rep. Glenn Thompson (R-PA): “The Strengthening Career and Technical Education for the 21st Century Act …

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“Tax reform is the most important thing I will ever vote on”

Communications • June 20, 2017

What do we want? Tax reform! When do we want it? This year! This afternoon, in a major speech at the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) 2017 Manufacturing Summit, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) reaffirmed House Republicans’ commitment to commonsense, pro-growth tax reform. With everything going on, House Republicans continue to champion our vision of tax …

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Yesterday was all about you, dads!

Communications • June 19, 2017

After a tough week that reminded us just how precious life is, family time this weekend was extra special. Dads rock every day of the year, but who doesn’t love an annual opportunity to shower them with even more love and remind them how much they mean to us? Between throwback photos and notes to …

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United for our Veterans

Communications • June 16, 2017

We’ve been talking a lot about unity this week. If last night’s Congressional Baseball Game for Charity were any indication, the People’s House is a family that respects each other — even when we disagree on policy. Our bipartisanship was on full display earlier this week, when we fulfilled a promise to our veterans that …

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“I’m proud of the work we’ve done”

Communications • June 12, 2017

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) joined MSNBC’s Hallie Jackson this morning to discuss the latest on House Republicans’ work on the American people’s priorities — including repealing and replacing Obamacare, VA reform, and rolling back regulations that hurt families and kill jobs. Here’s what Chair McMorris Rodgers had to say: PROTECTING PEOPLE …

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yesterday was a really big deal

Communications • June 9, 2017

There are plenty of distractions out there, but one thing is for certain: House Republicans are  hard at work offering relief from Obama-era regulations that have been hurting families and killing jobs across this country.    We’ve used the Congressional Review Act to cut the red tape — and a historic 14 of these were …

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For the Sake of All That is Good and Ohio, Repeal Obamacare

Communications • June 8, 2017

It’s Thursday, so here’s a throwback for you ↑ This website and its disaster of a rollout were the crown jewel of government ineptitude and a sign of the Obamacare death spiral that was to come. For years, we’ve seen people losing their coverage, insurance companies dropping out of exchanges, and families left with few if …

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