If implemented, it would also undercut our ability to use America’s energy boom to reset our country’s economic foundation, revitalize manufacturing, and put more Americans back to work.

Steve Scalise’s bill will help promote more jobs and manufacturing by requiring a more efficient, timely, and transparent process.

Thousands more Americans would be working today if President Obama had put their priorities ahead his political interests and approved the Keystone pipeline.
The president told Americans last week, “I hear you” – but is he listening when it comes to the Keystone pipeline, and the tens of thousands of jobs and increased energy security that come with it?

According to presidential scholar Martha Joynt Kumar, as of July 2014, President Obama had done more than 800 interviews. At the same point in their presidencies, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton had done less than 300 and Ronald Reagan had done less than 400.

Taken together, these two major jobs bills would go a long way toward helping American families not just get by, but get ahead. Senate Democrats owe them that opportunity.

We do these five things in a meaningful way, we can reset the foundation of our economy for the next two or three generations. Provide a reliable stream of good-paying jobs. More stability and security, straight on through retirement.


Today, the House unanimously passed a resolution strongly supporting the right of the people of Ukraine to freely determine their future without interference, intimidation, or coercion by Russia or other nations.  Tomorrow, Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko will address a joint meeting of Congress in what Speaker Boehner called “another signal of stea

The Obama administration’s costly, burdensome energy regulations have already put thousands out of work and...grid reliability and access to affordable energy are also at stake with even more plant closures expected in the years ahead.

While Russia strikes a deal with China to build a “mega-pipeline,” invades Ukraine, and bullies other countries, Americans are paying more for just about everything and struggling through the worst economic “recovery” for jobs ever. We can do better.

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