This bipartisan action will keep construction workers on the job, and pave the way for further efforts on a long-term infrastructure plan.

The House is advancing measures to protect veterans’ from identity theft, help more students get a good education, and accelerate the development of new cures for the patients who need them.

We will continue to focus on the priorities of hardworking families, and advance solutions that will make a real difference for them.

The EPA is bent on furthering its regulatory agenda regardless of the costs to American families and consequences for American workers, and I’m pleased that the Supreme Court has finally said enough is enough.

That includes the first real entitlement reform in nearly two decades, the first 10-year balanced budget plan since 2001, and real strides on veterans’ health and human trafficking.

New regulations on power producers alone could drive electricity bills up by double digits in some areas, compromise grid reliability, and destroy hundreds of thousands of jobs.

That’s why we’re focused on sending another good jobs bill to the president, and that’s trade promotion authority.
Here’s a look at several bipartisan, common sense measures we’ll take up this week to help protect Americans from the disastrous consequences of the president’s health care law
Americans can’t afford it, and so the House is going to take action this week on solutions that will lower costs and expand access to quality health care.
We’re doing our part to pass trade promotion authority, and I’m hopeful that our friends on the other side of the aisle will do theirs.

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