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Speaker Ryan Talks Tax Reform, CR, CHIP at Weekly Presser

December 14, 2017

Today at his weekly press conference, Speaker Ryan repeated President Trump’s announcement that, if passed by the end of the year, Americans will see benefits of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act as early as February of next year. He also discussed ongoing appropriations talks and extending children’s health insurance funding—something the House has already done. Read More

Highlights from the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act Open Conference Meeting

December 14, 2017

Yesterday, members of the House-Senate conference committee convened in the Capitol for a public meeting on the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. In case you missed Taxmas, here are the highlights of the conferees’ opening statements: Chairman Kevin Brady: “We decided not only what we wanted our tax code to stand for, but who it would stand with. Whether that was Washington special interests or all the workers, families, and local job creators. . . . We chose the American people.” Read More

Tax Reform Means Higher Wages for Hardworking Americans

December 13, 2017

An upwards of $4,000 raise. Read More

A Walk Down Memory Lane

December 13, 2017

In the words of Speaker Ryan: “It’s high time the hardworking people of this country get a break.” Yes, tax reform is about creating jobs and spurring economic growth—making American companies competitive on the global stage. But, more importantly, tax reform is also about fairer taxes and bigger paychecks. Putting the American people above Washington special interests. While the amounts may vary, under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the average American at every income level will get a tax cut. Read More

Bigger Paychecks in 2018: Speaker Ryan on Fox News

December 13, 2017

In 2018, American workers will see an immediate increase in their paychecks because the tax code is going to be taking less money out of their paychecks in the first place. pic.twitter.com/NviTDmvz6b — Paul Ryan (@SpeakerRyan) December 13, 2017   Read More

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