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.

This week, the House will take action on two initiatives to protect law-abiding citizens. We have a duty to protect our citizens.

"We are committed to working with the administration to stop the influx of illegal immigration along the southern border, protect our homeland, and uphold the rule of law."

In case you missed the broadcast, here's a highlight reel of the most important moments from Speaker Ryan's CNN Town Hall:

Last night, years of House oversight efforts yielded three big breakthroughs. Here’s a quick rundown of what happened:

This is about any certain policy—this is about protecting our Article I powers. The Constitution is clear: Presidents don't write laws. Congress does.

Yesterday, the House voted to authorize Speaker Ryan to file an amicus brief on behalf of the House in the upcoming U.S. v. Texas Supreme Court case. This is an extraordinary step necessary to defend Congress’s Article I powers under the Constitution.

“I commend the House for passing this important resolution to defend our Article I powers under the Constitution. The president’s gross abuse of his executive powers, both in regard to immigration and throughout his presidency, has created a fourth branch of government that operates with little to no transparency and undermines Congress, the body closest to the people."

On Monday, Speaker Ryan introduced a resolution that launches an unprecedented defense of Congress’s Article I powers under our Constitution. Read H. Res. 639.

Here’s how he described the resolution—his first as Speaker—at a press conference today:

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