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What’s happening to our wages?

Communications • September 13, 2018

With a mountain of evidence that indicates that wages and income are strong in this booming economy, Democrats continue to cherry pick any pebble that says otherwise. pic.twitter.com/AlZeGX5DPg — House Republicans (@HouseGOP) September 13, 2018 What’s happening to our wages? They’re going up. Democrats, however, are trying to claim the opposite. With a mountain of …

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On Fox Business: McMorris Rodgers Discusses Tax Reform 2.0, Booming Economy

Communications • September 12, 2018

We’ve worked to cut taxes and reduce the regulatory burden. As a result, people are #BetterOffNow & more optimistic than they were 2 years ago. More from my interview this AM with @Varneyco on @FoxBusiness. pic.twitter.com/Jqg2xhTBR7 — CathyMcMorrisRodgers (@cathymcmorris) September 12, 2018 House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) joined Varney & Co. to …

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McMorris Rodgers on Fox News and Cheddar: Republican policies are behind economic boom

Communications • September 7, 2018

Economic growth that was said to be impossible two years ago has become a reality. House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) joins Cheddar and Fox News to discuss the August jobs report and why Republican policies are to thank for our booming economy. A few highlights for last month: 201,000 new jobs added …

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This School Year, Students are Better Off Now Thanks to Tax Reform

Communications • September 7, 2018

As her own children head back to school, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) reflects on the new school year and new opportunities available to parents and students alike. In an op-ed for The Washington Times, Chair McMorris Rodgers writes how tax reform is helping parents to save for their children’s education through …

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5 must-reads about this booming economy

Communications • September 7, 2018

The August jobs report is in, and our economy is still booming! Thanks to Republican policies like tax reform and smarter regulations, the American people are Better Off Now than they were two years ago. Here’s what we’re seeing: 201,000 new jobs added in August 4 million new jobs created since November 2016 3.9 percent …

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On CNBC: McMorris Rodgers Discusses Twitter, Republican Results

Communications • September 6, 2018

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) joined CNBC’s Squawk Box to share her reaction to Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s testimony before the Energy and Commerce Committee hearing on transparency and accountability. A member of the Energy and Commerce Committee, Chair McMorris Rodgers asked Dorsey about Twitter’s role in the public discourse. In her …

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#BetterOffNow: What House Republicans heard at home

Communications • September 5, 2018

In August, House Republicans criss-crossed their districts to meet with the families, workers, small business owners, farmers, and local leaders they represent. This time at home is invaluable. After all, it’s the stories and feedback at these meetings that inspire the work we do here in the People’s House. Thanks to Republican policies, our economy …

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5 headlines about our economy you don’t want to miss

Communications • August 10, 2018

Our economy is booming. After historic tax cuts and regulatory rollbacks, unemployment is at historic lows, job openings are at record highs, paychecks are growing, wages are rising, and economic optimism is growing. Our economy is Better Off Now than it was two years ago. For more info, visit Better.gop. But don’t take our word …

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Results, Not Rhetoric: How Americans are Better Off Now

Communications • July 26, 2018

Two years ago, we promised the American people we’d overhaul the tax code, roll back burdensome regulations, make our communities safer, and begin rebuilding our military. We kept those promises, and that’s why America is Better Off Now. As they head home and continue to meet with, and listen to, the people they represent, House …

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Why did unemployment go up last month?

Communications • July 24, 2018

Headlines can be misleading. After reaching a historic low of 3.8 percent in May, unemployment in June increased slightly to 4 percent. And you know what? We are thrilled. Confused? Here, this article helps explain why this is good news: The unemployment rate rose to 4 percent last month, from 3.8 percent, which in many …

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