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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.

A time for Solutions

In today’s Weekly Republican Address, Speaker John Boehner highlights common-sense solutions to break the logjam in DC and help get America’s economy moving again. 

Check out the highlights and video: 

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Getting the Economy Going Again

Hard work and better solutions can keep the American Dream alive and well.

This was Speaker Boehner's message at today's press briefing in the Capitol as he made clear that House Republicans will continue to focus on the American people's top priorities: jobs and the economy.  Video and remarks are included below:

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Boehner and McConnell Op-Ed on Jobs, Economy

KEY QUOTE: "Looking ahead to the next Congress, we will honor the voters’ trust by focusing, first, on jobs and the economy. Among other things, that means a renewed effort to debate and vote on the many bills that passed the Republican-led House in recent years with bipartisan support, but were never even brought to a vote by the Democratic Senate majority. It also means renewing our commitment to repeal ObamaCare, which is hurting the job market along with Americans’ health care."

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Speaker Boehner: We’ve kept our focus on the economy and jobs non-stop

At a media availability after voting this morning in West Chester, Ohio, Speaker John Boehner touted the House’s focus on jobs and the economy that has helped position Republicans to win larger House majority and a new Senate majority.  Following are Boehner’s remarks.

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Let's Stand Together

Here’s this week’s Republican address, in which TX-23 challenger Will Hurd talks about electing more leaders who will make the American people’s priorities their priorities. 

“Because, like you, I want to get this mess in Washington cleaned up once and for all,” Hurd says.  Read the full address.

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TX-23 Challenger Will Hurd to Deliver Weekly Republican Address

WASHINGTON, DC – House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) has selected TX-23 challenger Will Hurd to deliver the Weekly Republican Address on Saturday, October 25.  Hurd will talk about his fight to return power where it belongs: in the hands of the American people. 

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We can do better

In this week’s Republican Address, NY-01 challenger Lee Zeldin talks about ending Washington dysfunction and charting a new course for a federal government that “spends more than it takes in, fails to keep basic promises to our veterans, and squanders opportunity to create good-paying jobs.”

“We can do better, and help families get ahead, not just get by,” Zeldin says.  Check it out:

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Weekly Republican Address: We Can Do Better

WASHINGTON, DC – Delivering this week’s Republican address from Long Island, NY-01 challenger Lee Zeldin highlights the need for real, meaningful reforms to help create jobs, better serve our veterans and get America back on track for his twin daughters and their generation.  

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NY-01 Challenger Lee Zeldin to Deliver Weekly Republican Address

WASHINGTON, DC -- House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) today announced that NY-01 challenger Lee Zeldin will deliver the Republican Weekly Address on Saturday, October 18.  Zeldin will talk about jobs and opportunities, and call for a government that works for the American people. 

Lee Zeldin knows that Long Island families deserve better than the status quo,” Speaker Boehner said. “As a father, a veteran, and a leader in his community, Lee Zeldin is a powerful voice for positive reforms to make America great again.”

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POLITICO Huddle: Boehner reacts to Obama economic address

"BOEHNER: OBAMA IS ‘CONSCIOUSLY UNCOUPLING RHETORIC FROM REALITY.’ Nice Gwyneth Paltrow there, Mr. Speaker. The Ohio Republican’s office plans to rebut the Obama’s address by noting that California’s unemployment rate has be “stuck at 7.4 percent – well above the national average – for the last three months,” according to highlights of a blog shared early with Huddle. “As a matter of fact, in Los Angeles County…average wages dropped by 1.9 percent last year – one of the biggest drops among the nation’s big counties.

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