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Salmon Op-Ed: Excellent education, reasonable cost: Arizona has it
April 11, 2014
Salmon Op-Ed: Excellent education, reasonable cost: Arizona has it Click here to read the op-ed online Today's students and families are concerned not only with the cost of education, but also with career prospects post-graduation. Across the nation, the cost of higher education continues to grow while news articles point to examples of college graduates working in the fast-food industry. To confront these issues head-on, the U.S. House Education and the Workforce Committee recently convened a h... More
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Scalise: Passage of House Republican budget marks another significant milestone as we work to get our economy back on track
April 10, 2014
Washington, D.C. – Republican Study Committee Chairman Steve Scalise today released the following statement after the House approved the Budget Committee’s budget proposal. “Passage of the House Republican budget today marks another significant milestone as we work to get our economy back on track and protect the American Dream for future generations,” Scalise said. “As the father of a seven and four year old, I don’t think it is too much to ask that we balance the federal budget before my child... More
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Meadows Op-Ed: It’s time to hold the IRS accountable for tea party-targeting
April 9, 2014
Meadows Op-Ed: It’s time to hold the IRS accountable for tea party-targeting Click here to read the op-ed online. On Thursday, my colleagues and I on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform will vote on whether to hold Internal Revenue Service Official, Lois Lerner, in contempt of Congress for refusing to testify about her role in the IRS political targeting scandal. You may recall President Barack Obama’s promise to make his administration the “most transparent in history.” In fa... More
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RSC Releases FY 2015 Budget: Back to Basics
April 7, 2014
Washington, D.C. – Republican Study Committee Chairman Steve Scalise and RSC Budget and Spending Task Force Chairman Rob Woodall today released their FY 2015 budget – Back to Basics. The RSC budget balances in four years, repeals and replaces President Obama’s health care law, saves Medicare, reforms Medicaid, protects Social Security, helps Americans get back to work, reduces spending, and enacts pro-growth tax reform. “By removing roadblocks to job creation and replacing President Obama’s heal... More
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Hultgren Op-Ed: No Republican alternatives to ObamaCare? Think again
April 4, 2014
Hultgren Op-Ed: No Republican alternatives to ObamaCare? Think again Click here to read the op-ed online The White House and Nancy Pelosi announced with great excitement this week that the President’s health care law, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), is a huge success because they hit their goal of signing up 7 million people to the new federal system. The celebrating should stop there. Hitting a target without full recognition of the brokenness of the overall health care scheme is nothing to be p... More
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