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Speaker Ryan on Supplemental Disaster Relief Funding Request

October 04, 2017

This has been the worst hurricane season in recent memory. The devastation caused by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria has disrupted millions of American lives, mostly recently in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. Read More

5 Ways Your Taxes Will Get Simpler Next Year

October 04, 2017

It's no secret. Filing your taxes is complicated. That's why the vast majority of Americans have to rely on accountants or software to help them get the job done every April—services that can be both costly and time-consuming. It's 2017, and people are walking around with computers in our pockets. Surely we can make taxes a little bit easier, as well. Read More

The September Story

October 03, 2017

The month of September was filled with headline-making moments—moments that will leave a lasting impact on so many Americans. There were moments of great sadness and loss with Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria. Moments of triumph and joy with the return of Whip Steve Scalise to the people’s House. And moments of confidence and optimism that accompany the House’s efforts to pass bold, pro-growth tax reform for the first time since 1986. Here are nine such moments from the month that tell the story of September, through the eyes of the Speaker of the House: Read More

THURSDAY: Speaker Ryan to Tour Maryland Manufacturer

October 03, 2017

On Thursday, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) will continue his tax reform tour with a visit to Dixon Valve & Coupling Company, a 101-year old Maryland manufacturer that employees over 1,000 Americans and has expanded into 14 U.S. states. During his visit, the speaker will tour the factory, participate in an employee Q&A, and hold a press conference. Read More

Speaker Ryan's Floor Speech on the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

October 03, 2017

“Our humanity shines brightest when we stand up for those who are suffering, when we protect people from pain. So I ask my colleagues, and I implore my fellow Americans: Let us be moved by the suffering, and let also us be inspired by life.” Read More