Did you catch Speaker Ryan’s major announcement yesterday? It’s true.

Yesterday, Speaker Ryan hosted a town hall with millennials at the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service. Check out some of the latest coverage of the event →

"I commend Chairman Price for passing a responsible, conservative budget that cuts the deficit by $7 trillion and balances within a decade—all without raising taxes."

“The brick industry is the latest target of the Obama administration’s regulatory assault on American manufacturing."

fi·du·ci·a·ry rule [fi-doo-shee-er-ee rool], noun (2016)
: regulation, Department of Labor.

"These provisions, which I was involved in negotiating as Ways and Means Chairman, are designed to shield our ally Israel from delegitimization efforts and economic attacks."

In announcing his dangerous plan to close Guantanamo earlier this week, President Obama argued, “I don’t want to pass this problem on to the next president, whoever it is.” If only he felt this way about other more pressing challenges facing our country.

Speaker Paul Ryan appeared on Fox News's Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo, talking about the House’s bold, pro-growth agenda, and the need for a Republican president to enact it.

Earlier in the week, when we laid out our expectations for the president’s last budget, we predicted new tax hikes. After all, how are you going to pay for all that new spending? But even we didn’t see this one coming…

In President Obama’s last year in office, Congress is continuing to use many different tactics to combat his administration’s growth-crushing agenda. One of them is called the Congressional Review Act.

Enacted in 1996 as part of Speaker Newt Gingrich’s Contract with America, the CRA requires federal agencies who implement a major rule or regulation to submit it to Congress to review the substance and impact.

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