A tax code as outdated as these haircuts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31 years later, our tax code has become outdated, clunky, and too complex.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 puts American families and workers first through more jobs, fairer taxes, and bigger paychecks. That’s what House Republicans have been working towards for years, and we’re committed to getting it done this fall. For more on our vision for pro-growth tax reform visit www.fairandsimple.gop.

To highlight just how much has changed since 1986, House Republicans took to social media to share photos of themselves from 31 years ago as part of the 2017 Digital Challenge.

Got a little downtime and want to test your House Republicans naming skills? We’ve put together this nifty quiz with the pictures members shared. CLICK HERE to take it!  

Give up? Taking fun quizzes not your cup of tea? Then check out the complete roundup of these 1980s gems We’re partial to the mullets.