Tax Reform

More Jobs. Fairer Taxes. Bigger Paychecks….Lower utilities?


The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act wasn’t always loved. But then paychecks increased and all were abuzz. With a booming economy and happy workers, too, We can’t wait to see what else these tax cuts will do! But in all seriousness… The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act has brought a wave of relief to American …

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Roundup: Hope, Growth, and Optimism for Small Businesses

Communications • May 7, 2018

As Small Business Week draws to a close, House Republicans continue to celebrate the powerful impact of small business on this country. Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and help millions of workers pursue a better future for themselves and their families. Thanks to the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, 90 percent of …

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Despite What the Democrats Claim, Tax Reform is Helping Americans


Democrats can only predict the end the world because of Republican policy so many times before people stop listening. Sadly, when it comes to the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act, there’s no end to the Armageddon talk. They have maintained a dedicated and steady stream of misinformation from the bill’s introduction until now. Unfortunately for …

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#ThrowbackThursday: Chair McMorris Rodgers’s Faces of Tax Reform Tour

Communications • May 3, 2018

When it comes to pro-family, pro-growth tax reform, our goals were straightforward: We wanted more jobs, fairer taxes, and bigger paychecks. And after years of listening to the American people, we delivered on the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act last fall. For more on our work, visit Tax reform was inspired by and written …

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House Republicans Highlight Small Business Tax Relief

Communications • May 3, 2018

It’s National Small Business Week, and we celebrate the tremendous success and contributions small businesses make in communities big and small in the United States. Just look at these numbers: There are 29 million small businesses in the United States. 99.9 percent of all businesses are small businesses. 47 percent of private sector employees work …

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McMorris Rodgers Online for Girlboss: “We can’t make change if we don’t show up”

Communications • May 2, 2018

That’s House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA)’s advice for women. In a new op-ed for Girlboss, a blog about empowering millennial women, Chair McMorris Rodgers touches on her experience as the 200th woman to serve in the House, and encourages other women to step up and lead. For Chair McMorris Rodgers, encouraging women …

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What tax reform means for the Carolinas

Communications • April 25, 2018

Democrats are at it again — calling the bonuses, benefits, and pay raises resulting from the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act “crumbs.” But as this student at Georgetown so appropriately put it, thousands of dollars are only crumbs to a person like Nancy Pelosi, but to small business owners, working families across the country, and …

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Tax Reform Profile: Rep. Greg Gianforte (R-MT)

Communications • April 24, 2018

We promised more jobs, fairer taxes, and bigger paychecks — and we’re delivering. While the Democrats threaten to take it all away if given the opportunity, we’ve been sitting down with families and workers from all walks of life who are seeing bonuses, pay increases, and lower electric bills thanks to the Tax Cuts & …

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Why don’t Dems want Joe to be able to afford groceries?

Communications • April 23, 2018

Thanks to tax reform Joe’s family in Ellettsville, Indiana, has an additional $200 in their income each month. “For our family, that really helps us out,” writes Joe. “That is groceries for a week.” Not a single Democrat voted to make that possible for Joe and his family. In fact, they’re at it again, calling …

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House GOP Chair at Heritage: “People are dreaming again”

Communications • April 19, 2018

As part of her ongoing Faces of Tax Reform discussions, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) today joined the State Financial Officers Foundation at The Heritage Foundation to speak with financial officers from across the country who are often in charge of administering ABLE programs in their states. McMorris Rodgers shared how people …

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