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Police Officers Have Our Backs. We Should Have Theirs.

May 16, 2016

It's a selfless—and sometimes thankless—job. But every day, law-enforcement officers all across America put on the badge and get to work to keep our communities safe. They've got our backs. And we should have theirs.  That's why Congress passed (unanimously!) two important bills last week that: Read More

The Women of WWII Deserve to be in Arlington

May 13, 2016

last year, the administration stripped these female pioneers of their eligibility to have their remains placed at Arlington National Cemetery, America's most hallowed ground. Yesterday, with a bill sponsored by Rep. Martha McSally (R-AZ) sponsored and signed by Speaker Ryan, Congress took a tremendous step towards restoring inurnment rights for WASPs at Arlington. Read More

The Top Ten Photos from April

May 02, 2016

Perhaps these ten moments from last month are part of the reason why Speaker Ryan is enjoying the job more than he thought he would. Read More

7 Photos from the Middle East

April 14, 2016

Earlier this week, Speaker Ryan returned from his first foreign visit as speaker. He and his bipartisan delegation of House members stopped in five countries over eight days, reassuring our allies in the Middle East that the United States remains committed to defeating radical Islam. Read More

9 Photos You (May Have) Missed from the Month of March

March 31, 2016

Boy Scouts, Newt Gingrich, Ryan Hunter-Reay—here's a look back at a few moments from March. Read More

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