Underreported news Congress delivered several big, bipartisan wins this month that will make a real difference in people’s lives. It’s not the flashy stuff that makes the headlines, but during September, Congress funded 75% of domestic government by the end of the fiscal year—for the first time since 2007.

One of the positive impacts from tax reform is businesses coming back to America, meaning more jobs and more opportunities for working families. Yesterday brought yet another story showing how the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is restoring the confidence of U.S. companies and bringing them home.

Today, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) released the following statement after Foxconn’s announcement to open a factory in southeastern Wisconsin.

"The U.S.-U.K. investment partnership is a bedrock of the special relationship, and we must continue to build on this alliance."

“Today was a great opportunity to reaffirm the important relationship between the United States and Mexico."

You may not hear about these things when they happen, but here are some of the ways we are delivering on our agenda for the country.

“We need to renew our emphasis on trades, on apprenticeships, on career and technical education. This is how we help get people into jobs that will double and triple what they’re already making, and put them on a steady career path."
Tomorrow, in a major address, House Speaker Paul Ryan will talk about what tax reform could look like and how it would lead to a more confident America.

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