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Strong Economy, Spending Restraint the Keys to a Balanced Budget;Tax Hikes Threaten Job Growth, Working Families (Townhall.com)

February 04, 2007

This week, President Bush will kick off a critical discussion about our country’s future when he unveils his budget proposal. His plan will balance the federal budget within five years – an important goal Republicans and Democrats can accomplish without raising taxes on working Americans. Read More

Boehner Statement on the Submission of the President’s Budget

February 04, 2007

U.S. House Republican Leader John Boehner (R-OH) released the following statement today after the President submitted his FY 2008 budget request:“I support the President’s goal of balancing the federal budget without raising taxes. The key to balancing the budget is growing our economy and promoting fiscal responsibility. “A recent report by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) confirmed that Republican tax relief has helped expand our economy, create millions of new family-wage jobs, and boost federal revenues. Read More

Republican pro-Growth Policies Power New Job Creation, Working to Balance the Budget | Tax Increases from Democrats Biggest Threats to Jobs, Growth, Balanced Budget

February 02, 2007

According to a report released today by the Department of Labor, the U.S. economy created 111,000 new jobs in the month of January. But the good economic news doesn’t stop there – according to the report, the number of jobs created in both November and December 2006 was much higher than originally reported: Read More

Boehner Highlights Latest Job Gains; Republicans Call for Balanced Budget Without Raising the Family Tax Burden

February 01, 2007

U.S. House Republican Leader John Boehner (R-OH) released the following statement after the U.S. Department of Labor announced that 111,000 new jobs had been created in January, for a total of approximately 7.4 million since August 2003. Read More

Republican Pro-Growth Policies Power New Job Creation, Working to Balance the Budget

February 01, 2007

According to a report released today by the Department of Labor, the U.S. economy created 111,000 new jobs in the month of January. But the good economic news doesn’t stop there – according to the report, the number of jobs created in both November and December 2006 was much higher than originally reported: Read More

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