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This is how we protect people with pre-existing conditions

Communications • May 25, 2017

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) recently joined Hadley Heath Manning, Independent Women’s Forum’s Director of Health Policy, on the Working for Women podcast. In their chat, Chair McMorris Rodgers dispels myths about the American Health Care Act and shares how the bill will protect people with pre-existing conditions, like her son Cole. …

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“We are the guardians of our nation’s youth”

Communications • May 25, 2017

That was Rep. Ken Buck of Colorado’s message during a powerful floor speech this week: “That someone would hurt a child simply perplexes me. Children are the most vulnerable, most innocent in our society. …They don’t deserve to have their trust in adults, their trust in the world, shattered at such a young age, and …

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House Republicans Honor Law Enforcement

Communications • May 20, 2017

If you’ve ever been in Washington, D.C. during National Police Week, you know that it’s a moving experience. Law enforcement officers and their families come to our nation’s capital from all corners of this country to honor those whose end of watch came too soon. Check out this amazing picture from Saturday’s vigil: This week …

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I love filing my taxes!

Communications • May 19, 2017

Said no one, ever. Our tax code is so complicated that Americans spend 6 billion hours filing their taxes. That’s like watching the Lord of the Rings trilogy more than 646 million times. We’re going to need some more popcorn. There has to be a better way…and there is! What if taxes were so simple …

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“No, the AHCA doesn’t do that…”

Communications • May 16, 2017

Got your attention, didn’t we? Well, according to certain protesters and pundits, because the House Republicans voted to lower the costs of health insurance and increase access to health care, we’re basically murdering people. Protesters went so far as to hang posters around the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill campus mischaracterizing their congressman’s vote in …

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Roundup: Mom, you’re the real MVP

Communications • May 15, 2017

A couple years ago, Kevin Durant gave a heartfelt thanks to his mom during an acceptance speech, calling her “the real MVP.” Even those of us not getting trophies have to agree — moms are the best! They love you, support you, and give you an extra little push when you need it. For all …

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McMorris Rodgers: “this is our once-in-a-generation opportunity”

Communications • May 13, 2017

“This is our once-in-a-generation opportunity to enact real tax reform and America needs it. That’s how we get our economy growing and get people back to work.” House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) recently joined Your World with Neil Cavuto to talk about House Republicans’ goals for the year and the American Health …

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“this is a matter of fairness”

Communications • May 10, 2017

Though you should thank your mom every day for all she’s done for you, Mother’s Day is a great opportunity to reflect on how hard our moms work to give you a leg up in life. For working parents like Rep. Martha Roby (R-AL), it’s not always easy to have a hectic work schedule AND …

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Roundup: Hats off to small business owners

Communications • May 8, 2017

Last week was a whirlwind — government funding, North Korea sanctions, health care reform, and Mika/Joe are engaged (did you see that one coming?). So with all that was going on, we wanted to make sure you didn’t miss the highlights from Small Business Week, an annual opportunity to recognize the passion, skill, and jobs …

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Roundup: We passed the bill!

Communications • May 5, 2017

Did you see this  ↑  fantastic selfie? We think it sums up how we’re feeling right now — excited! Because we did it, guys. The American Health Care Act is on its way to the Senate! After years of hearings and input and discussion, we’ve put together a bill that will help Americans recover from …

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