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Speaker's Blog

Four Takeaways from a Facebook Q&A with Rep. Love

July 29, 2016

Earlier this month, Speaker Paul Ryan and Rep. Mia Love (R-UT) invited thousands of Facebook users to participate in a live Facebook Q&A to talk about a Better Way to fight poverty in America. This issue is personal to Rep. Love, whose own parents came to America with just ten dollars in their pockets. Read More

REWIND: Speaker Ryan Discusses #BetterWay on Michael Medved

July 28, 2016

Did you know? If you haven’t heard by now, there’s a #BetterWay to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing America, like reforming our health care system and updating our anti-poverty programs. It’s all part of the agenda introduced by House Republicans earlier this summer—and in a time when many Americans are feeling uncertain about their futures, it’s just what the nation needs. Speaker Ryan outlined these points with Michael Medved earlier this month: Read More

Orlando Heroes Visit with Speaker Ryan

July 28, 2016

On June 12, at 5:02 a.m., an explosive charge was detonated to breach the outer wall of Pulse Nightclub in Orlando. Fewer than 13 minutes later, the terrorist who cut short the lives of so many innocent Americans was killed. The men and women who wear the badge and did not hesitate to act that night—and every night in city after city across the United States—deserve our thanks. Read More

#BetterWay: Scenes From Rep. Tom Reed's Poverty Tour

July 27, 2016

“Reed and several other local leaders walked along East Main Street and neighboring streets as part of a listening tour. Rep. Reed ... said he is taking on the Rochester Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative and working on it with House Speaker Paul Ryan." Read More

Guest Post: We Must Work Toward Peace

July 26, 2016

Working towards peace starts with recognizing that we are all on the same team and are mutually dependent on one another. Communities need law enforcement to maintain stability and keep us safe. They are the local guardians of our democracy. Our men and women wearing the badge also need the partnership and support of the people they serve to protect neighborhoods to the best of their ability. Read More