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USMCA: Protecting America’s Workers

July 15, 2019 — Blog

The unemployment rate is at a near half-century low.  Wages are surging at their fastest pace in nearly a decade.  And we are seeing an historically high number of job openings, with over 7.3 million jobs available today. Simply put, it is a great time to be an American worker. Workers need Congress to continue this historic economic expansion.  This is why it is vital that we pass the new ...

Another Democrat TCJA Talking Point Debunked

July 12, 2019 — Blog

Taxes.  In 2017, Republicans cut them.  Income tax rates were lowered across the board, family-focused tax credits were drastically expanded, and local businesses are now armed with a competitive tax code that allows them to compete and win. Democrats falsely claimed that the GOP tax cuts only helped those at the top and corporations. Recent data from the Internal Revenue ...

USMCA: Spurring U.S. Innovation

June 28, 2019 — Blog

Support continued to grow this week for the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) – a trilateral trade agreement that will spur innovation here in the United States.  

Republicans Fight for Better Health Care Access for Rural Patients

June 27, 2019 — Blog

The House Ways and Means Committee debated five bills this week focused on health care. Republicans were able to move through the Committee meaningful, commonsense health care policies focused on increasing access to care, improving choice for veterans, and extending some important provisions within the Medicare program. Two bills cleared with strong bipartisan ...

America’s Farmers and Ranchers Need USMCA

June 21, 2019 — Blog

Support continued to grow this week for the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) – a trilateral trade agreement that will help America’s farmers and ranchers compete and win. Mexico became the first of the three countries to pass the new trade agreement.  And

ICYMI: Democrats Stick to Politics as Usual with a Half-Trillion Dollar Price Tag

June 21, 2019 — Blog

This week, the House Ways and Means Committee debated four bills. This legislation, all introduced by House Democrats: Was released merely 48 hours before the debate began; Received no Republican input; Is estimated to cost over half a trillion dollars in the next decade; and Exemplifies the swampiest aspects of the tax code. Throughout the ...