Today, Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) released the following statement after Foxconn’s announcement to open a factory in southeastern Wisconsin.
“We need to renew our emphasis on trades, on apprenticeships, on career and technical education. This is how we help get people into jobs that will double and triple what they’re already making, and put them on a steady career path."
Tomorrow, in a major address, House Speaker Paul Ryan will talk about what tax reform could look like and how it would lead to a more confident America.

Did you know that small businesses are the biggest source of jobs in our economy? 

They make for the biggest success stories too. All the early mornings and the late nights—all the headaches and hurdles cleared—every day, we are surrounded by examples of the American Dream. 

That is why Republicans are committed to doing everything we can to get behind small businesses—lowering taxes, cutting red tape, fixing our infrastructure. 


We’re already acting on the ideas that are part of A Better Way. Today, for instance, the House is taking up two bills to help startups raise capital when they need it most.

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

This is a jobs bill and a reform bill. It will make sure that our small manufacturers have better access to the tax relief they need.

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."

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