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Why not me?

Communications • April 5, 2017

100 years ago, Jeannette Rankin shattered a glass ceiling by asking one simple question: “Why not me?” For a century, women in Congress have been breaking down barriers, marking several firsts in their states — and in the country. Led by Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN), the co-chair of the Congressional Women’s Caucus, a bipartisan group …

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Roundup: Live from Media Row, it’s House GOP!

Communications • March 22, 2017

The Rules Committee is currently working on the American Health Care Act, the first phase in our three-phase process to repeal Obamacare and replace it with a 21st Century health care system that puts the American people — not the federal government — in charge of their health care. The bill, which has growing support, …

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Media Roundup: Obamacare, we’re comin’ for ya!

Communications • March 21, 2017

President Trump joined us this morning to promote the American Health Care Act. His timing couldn’t have been better — the bill is quickly approaching a floor vote, with the Rules Committee taking it up tomorrow. Last night, Chairmen Walden and Brady announced updates to the text, incorporating ideas from their colleagues. We’re wasting no …

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Media Roundup: Spring Has Sprung, and House Republicans are Springing Into Action with AHCA

Communications • March 20, 2017

Today may be the official first day of Spring, but House Republicans have been “springing” ( ←  see what we did there?) into action ever since Obamacare was rammed through Congress seven years ago this week. In that very moment, before the ink even had a chance to dry, we made a promise to the …

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Secretary Price Joins House Republicans to Promote AHCA

Communications • March 17, 2017

LIVE with HHS Sec. Tom Price. #AHCA. https://t.co/T5aF8zdZ6o — House Republicans (@HouseGOP) March 17, 2017 This St. Patrick’s Day was our lucky day!  As the American Health Care Act advances through its third committee and moves one step closer to the House floor, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price joined us today on Capitol …

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Media Roundup: House Republicans are taking action on health care reform

Communications • March 16, 2017

It’s a week of action: The American Health Care Act cleared another hurdle this morning, passing out of the Budget Committee. Now it heads to the Rules Committee. We’re continuing our step-by-step, regular order process to repeal Obamacare and replace it with a 21st Century health care system that puts the people at the heart …

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On the House Floor: Republicans share vision for future of health care

Communications • March 16, 2017

Rep. Drew Ferguson (R-GA) led a special order on the House floor last night to talk about the House Republicans’ shared vision for health care reform — a vision that puts people, not the government, in charge. “We have all been very open about our opposition to the Affordable Care Act,” says Ferguson. “But it’s …

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Media Roundup: House Republicans talk Obamacare repeal/replace

Communications • March 15, 2017

Have ya Hurd? After the snowstorm cancelled their flights, Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX) is on a #bipartisanroadtrip with Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-TX) from Texas to Washington, D.C., discussing everything from music to the American Health Care Act. They weren’t the only ones talking health care. The conversation about our plan to repeal and replace Obamacare …

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No Slowing Down: House Republicans continue to voice support for the American Health Care Act

Communications • March 14, 2017

The threat of snow didn’t stop House Republicans from taking to TV, radio, and social media to champion the American Health Care Act, our plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. Check out the highlights: Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN) on CBS Indianapolis “We’ve advanced the bill out of committee in a very open and transparent process. …

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House Republicans React to CBO Score on American Health Care Act

Communications • March 13, 2017

Earlier this afternoon, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its report on the American Health Care Act. We’re pleased to hear the CBO’s estimate shows that our legislation advances the core goals of our plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. Our legislation lowers premiums by 10 percent, reduces the federal deficit by $337 billion, makes …

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