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.

Appearing on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace, Speaker Ryan outlined congresssional Republicans' five key priorities for offering the country a bold, pro-growth agenda in 2016: national security, jobs and economic growth, health care, poverty and opportunity, and restoring the Constitution.

For too many, there is a growing fear that the American dream is slipping. For these Americans, nothing they’ve heard tonight is very reassuring.

The president will say his domestic policies are working, but a closer look at the facts tells a different story. Here’s what we call the administration’s hat-trick of failures:

Today, the House came together to ensure our government is open and working for the American people.

Today, the House took a pivotal step toward rewriting our broken tax code by ending Washington's days of extending tax policies one year at a time.

Today, we’ll act to provide certainty for hardworking people and more opportunity for America’s small businesses.

This is the most comprehensive rewrite of our customs enforcement laws in a generation.

This bipartisan, bicameral bill will strengthen our free trade agreements and help small businesses thrive in the 21st century.

Yesterday, Speaker Ryan delivered his first major speech outlining his vision for a confident America at home and abroad. Check out some of the latest news clips:

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