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The House is Making it Easier to Make Goods in America

After yesterday’s markup by the Ways and Means Committee, I have scheduled the Miscellaneous Tariffs bill for the floor next week to be voted on under suspension.

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House Opioid Bills are Right on Schedule

Earlier this month, I announced that House committees would craft legislation to fight the opioid epidemic in April so we could vote in May—and I’m happy to announce we’re right on track.

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The IRS: Corrupt and Incompetent

This isn’t a debate about right or left. This is about having good government or bad government. Astoundingly, the President has chosen bad government, defending the inept and dishonest IRS over…

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The VA Has the Power to Change. It Still Hasn’t

What is keeping veterans from getting improved care they deserve? Bureaucratic inertia.

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The Innovation Initiative Ventures Forward

We embarked on a mission to bring government into the 21st century, making Washington face today’s problems with new ideas to help the American people. Next week, we continue our progress.

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