Boehner discussed the broader list of accomplishments the Republican majority has secured, including more than $2.1 trillion in spending cuts and protecting 99 percent of Americans from permanent tax increases.

The REINS Act will help by giving Congress – the people’s representatives – the opportunity to stop new rules that will hurt the economy or raise costs for hardworking families.

Te House will vote on the REINS Act (H.R. 427), legislation introduced by Rep. Todd Young (R-IN) that gives Congress an up or down vote on any major new Obama administration regulation.

It’s a vital industry, and this bill will ensure that it remains so by reducing uncertainty and empowering states – not the federal government – to do what best protects jobs and the environment.

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.
That’s why we’re focused on sending another good jobs bill to the president, and that’s trade promotion authority.

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