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TOMORROW: Speaker Ryan, Congressional Delegation to Tour Hurricane Harvey Damage in Houston

September 20, 2017

(Courtesy of Sen. John Cornyn's office) HOUSTON—U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-TX), Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI), House Appropriations Committee Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-NJ), House Homeland Security Appropriations Subcommittee Chairman John Carter (R-TX), and members of the Houston Congressional delegation will be in Houston tomorrow for a briefing on Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts, an aerial tour of storm devastation and flood mitigation infrastructure, and to help local residents clean out damaged homes. Read More

Speaker Ryan at Harley-Davidson: ‘Full throttle on tax reform’

September 19, 2017

"Tax reform can stop punishing companies for making things in America and selling them overseas.” Read More

Watch Live: Speaker Ryan Visits Harley-Davidson in Wisconsin

September 18, 2017

Later today, Speaker Ryan will be in Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin to tour Harley-Davidson’s facility and discuss issues impacting American manufacturing, including tax reform and free trade. Read More

A Much-Needed Update

September 18, 2017

1986: The year Speaker Ryan got his driver’s license and the last time the Chicago Bears won the Super Bowl (SAD!). It’s also the year we last reformed our country’s tax code. And just like the rotary phone of the 80s, the American tax code is seriously outdated. As a result, we have a tax system that’s hurting American families and businesses, costing us jobs. These eight things have received a much-needed update, and it's time our tax code gets one, too. Read More

Constitution Day

September 17, 2017

The United States is the oldest democracy in the world, and its endurance is a testament to our Constitution. It has endured the test of time, and if we want to continue to be a free society, we must rededicate ourselves to the principles it protects—individual liberty, personal freedom, and Read More

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