One of the biggest threats to the economy right now is uncertainty — uncertainty over taxes, over regulations, over the future. We need to help provide job creators with the certainty they need to invest, grow and hire new workers.
Speaker Boehner this morning outlined a good-faith offer on the debt limit to allow for negotiations on long-term solutions to address deficits and debt, and provide fairness for all Americans under ObamaCare.
As House Republicans continue leading the way on jobs and solutions to make life work for families, the NRCC has launched a new initiative to empower female leaders and strengthen the GOP’s majority in next year’s elections. Yesterday, three House GOP female leaders – Reps. Renee Ellmers (R-NC), Susan Brooks (R-IN), and Ann Wagner (R-MO) – appeared on CNN to talk more about Project GROW.
Speaker Boehner appeared on CBS News’ Face the Nation yesterday to discuss ObamaCare, immigration and jobs, while praising the steps taken by House Republicans to help grow the economy and control spending. Boehner also touched on the need for a smaller, more accountable government and the need to simplify our unfair tax code.
Nearly four years ago today, then-Leader Boehner took to the House floor near the end of the debate over Democrats’ massive “cap and trade” national energy tax. During a rare, hour-long speech, Boehner read from a 300-page amendment that Democrats audaciously added to the bill at the dead of night, asking “is there anything we aren’t regulating in this bill?”
A fairer, simpler tax code, the Keystone pipeline, and spending reform are key to helping the economy grow, Speaker Boehner said yesterday in an interview with CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo. Boehner also highlighted his visit to the National Association of Manufacturer’s 2013 Summit, where he talked about the need to restore America’s status as a nation of builders.
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