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Tax Reform

A tax code as outdated as these haircuts

Communications • October 12, 2017

Ahh, 1986. Ferris Bueller’s Day Off premiered, the disposable camera was invented, and many Hill staff weren’t even in their parents’ five-year plans. 1986 is also the last time we had comprehensive tax reform. 31 years later, our tax code has become outdated, clunky, and too complex. We’re long overdue for pro-growth tax reform that …

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What Do You Want From Tax Reform?

communications • October 11, 2017

Tax reform is about moving forward, and you get an input! So tell us what YOU want from Tax Reform. Our vision for tax reform is about moving forward. It’s about ending an outdated and burdensome 31-year-old status quo. It’s about putting American workers back at the center of our tax code. When it comes to …

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Roundup: A tax code that puts America first

Communications • October 11, 2017

Our vision for tax reform is straightforward: We’re focused on more jobs, fairer taxes, and bigger paychecks. We want bold reforms that will grow local businesses, expand our economy — and most importantly, improve lives. We want a tax code that encourages American job creators to hire Americans and keep their businesses here at home. …

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Now we can take the next step

Communications • October 10, 2017

When we passed the Building a Better America fiscal year 2018 budget resolution, we agreed upon a budget that: Responsibly balances in ten years Strengthens our national defense Addresses the culture of unsustainable spending Unlocks pro-growth tax reform It’s this last component, unlocking pro-growth tax reform, that makes this budget particularly important. Often called the …

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McMorris Rodgers on Fox News, ABC News Podcast

Communications • October 5, 2017

In the following interviews with Fox News’s America’s Newsroom and ABC News’s Powerhouse Politics Podcast, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) discusses the latest on Las Vegas, House Republicans’ action on tax reform, and the importance of returning to civility in our country. CLICK HERE or below to watch her interview. The Shooting …

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Answering Four Misconceptions about Tax Reform

communications • October 4, 2017

Last week, Republicans released the Unified Tax Reform Framework. Shortly thereafter, many outlets and individuals began their analysis of said framework. Unfortunately, much of what is being said is either unfounded or designed to deliberately mislead you. Considering the complexity of tax reform, we aren’t surprised at the many misconceptions and falsehoods that are surfacing …

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House Republicans Talk Tax Reform on TV

Communications • October 4, 2017

Last week was a really big deal. After years of hearings and discussion and listening to the American people, we rolled out our plan for pro-growth tax reform: the Unified Framework to Fix the Broken Tax Code. It was a big step, but it’s a step that’s taking us even closer to delivering on more …

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7 Ways Tax Reform Helps Middle-Class, Everyday Americans Throughout Life

Communications • September 29, 2017

Over the last decade too many hardworking Americans have struggled to find good-paying jobs, make ends meet, provide for their families and plan for their retirement. They are the focus of the new United Framework for Tax Reform, the blueprint for creating new jobs, growing paychecks, and bringing fairer taxes for everyday Americans across our …

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“Do not underestimate what a big deal this is”

Communications • September 29, 2017

As Republicans rolled out a unified framework for tax reform this week, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA), Ways and Means Committee Chair Kevin Brady (R-TX), Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL), Chair of the Ways and Means Committee’s Subcommittee on Tax Policy, and Rep. David Schweikert (R-AZ) participated in a press conference on Capitol …

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Twitter had tax questions, McMorris Rodgers had answers

Communications • September 29, 2017

After Republicans rallied behind their Unified Framework for Fixing our Broken Tax Code Wednesday, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) knew the American people would have questions. Roll Call shares  that Chair McMorris Rodgers took to Twitter to take questions through Twitter Q&A. She is the first member of leadership to explore this. …

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