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Why won’t the Democrats vote for CHIP funding?

Communications • January 17, 2018

House Republicans have voted several times now to reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) so that children across the country can get the care they need. They will do so (again) later this week. Unfortunately, Democrats are threatening (again) to oppose this effort. To push back on this heartless attempt to play politics, House …

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House Advances the World Bank Accountability Act

COMMUNICATIONS • January 17, 2018

WASHINGTON, D.C.– House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement after the House passed the World Bank Accountability Act (H.R. 3326), sponsored by Rep. Andy Barr (R-KY). “Today, the people’s House took action to increase accountability and stop corruption at the World Bank’s International Development Association (IDA). We must make sure …

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Must-Watch: Rep. Lewis talks “crumbs” at House GOP Leadership Stakeout

Communications • January 17, 2018

Today, Rep. Jason Lewis (R-MN) joined House Republican Leadership to highlight the ways pro-family, pro-growth tax reform is already benefiting millions of Americans, including in his home state of Minnesota. He echoed Chair McMorris Rodgers in pushing back on the idea that a $1,000 bonus and a pay raise for 90 percent of Americans are …

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They’re struggling to explain their opposition

Communications • January 17, 2018

This morning, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) led the weekly House Republican Leadership press conference to discuss how pro-family, pro-growth tax reform is already benefiting workers and their families across the country. More than $1.5 billion in bonuses to more than two million people, and 9 in 10 Americans will see a …

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Military Funding: Testimonies from our Troops

COMMUNICATIONS • January 16, 2018

For months we have been talking about the readiness crisis our military is facing. That’s right, crisis. Due to mammoth budget cuts to defense spending, military equipment, the same tools and weapons designated for our safety, are failing and endangering those who work to maintain them. The unfortunate and unacceptable reality is that there are …

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Who tax reform helps

Communications • January 16, 2018

Thanks to pro-family, pro-growth tax reform, businesses across the country are expanding, hiring, and paying more. And the good news keeps rolling in. In just a few weeks, 9 out of 10 Americans will start to see bigger paychecks. Right now, roughly two million Americans will see $1.5 billion total in bonuses — and counting! …

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House GOP Chair Speaks at MLK Day Rally

Communications • January 15, 2018

Today, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) is speaking at an event in Spokane, Washington in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. While there, she will issue a challenge: a commitment to civility. For more specifics on this challenge and to see how it unfolds, follow @CathyMcMorris on Twitter and use #Return2Civility. …

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This is why we need military funding…

communications • January 12, 2018

“Today we are outranged, outgunned, and outdated.” -General Daniel B. Allyn Our servicemen and women are flying broken airplanes, cannibalizing equipment, and forfeiting training hours for maintenance work. Budget cuts to defense spending have created a readiness crisis for our troops. This is more than a disservice; it is an issue of safety for ourselves …

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Tax Reform Spotlight: Rep. Kristi Noem (R-SD)

Communications • January 12, 2018

The Tax Cuts & Jobs Act is about more jobs, fairer taxes, and bigger paychecks. It’s about helping people from all backgrounds and walks of life get ahead when for too long they had a tax code that barely let them get by. And with businesses across the country pledging more than $1.5 billion in …

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It May Be Just “Crumbs” to You

communcations • January 11, 2018

How would you feel about a $1,000 bonus? Or an increase in your hourly wage? Probably pretty good. Because to most everyday Americans, a bonus would allow you to send your kid to soccer, pay down your loans, or help you get ahead on your mortgage. But to Washington, D.C. elitists like Nancy Pelosi, that’s …

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