This week, Speaker Ryan signed another Congressional Review Act bill. This one repeals the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) anti-arbitration rule, which inhibits the ability of consumers to resolve disputes outside of the courtroom. The rule benefits wealthy trial lawyers at the expense of consumers and repealing it is the right call for regular people. Read more about the rule and our legislation to repeal it here. (Also pictured, from left to right: Rep. Hensarling (R-TX), Rep.

This week, the House will consider the Make America Secure and Prosperous Appropriations Act, the government funding package for FY2018. This is big deal: It’s the first time in nearly a decade that the House has passed all 12 appropriation bills on time.

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.

With the Financial CHOICE Act, the era of taxpayer-funded bailouts and too big to fail is over.

This morning, Speaker Ryan joined Mike Allen for an Axios News Shapers one-on-one, where the speaker discussed the need to replace Obamacare with a patient-centered system, reform our broken tax code, and revitalize the American economy.

The Congressional Review Act is one powerful way we are fighting bad regulations. But that’s certainly not the only way. We will vote on three important bills this week that rein in the regulatory state.

This week, we’re focused on reversing regulations harmful to our nation’s schools. Both in principle and in practice, we believe that education is most successful when states, local leaders, and, hey—this may be a crazy thought: moms and dads—have decision-making power over education in their own communities. These are the people, not bureaucrats in Washington, who know the needs of their kids and understand how to best tailor curriculums and tests to those needs.

The 115th Congress has begun by taking action to provide Americans with regulatory relief, demonstrating our commitment to listening to the people and keeping our promises.

Speaker Ryan held his weekly press conference today to discuss the onslaught of regulations coming out of Washington.

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