House Republican leaders today announced the formation of six committee-led task forces charged with developing a bold, pro-growth agenda that will be presented to the country in the months ahead.

WASHINGTON — House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) released the following statement on the Obama administration’s methane emissions proposal on federal lands:

This omnibus bill represents a bipartisan compromise that includes a significant number of wins for Republican priorities. You can read the full bill text here.

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.

New regulations on power producers alone could drive electricity bills up by double digits in some areas, compromise grid reliability, and destroy hundreds of thousands of jobs.

This week, the House will consider its seventh appropriations measure, the Interior & Environment funding bill (H.R. 2822), that isn’t just about making every taxpayer dollar count – it’s about holding the Obama administration accountable.

This week, President Obama makes a pilgrimage to San Francisco that he’s made several times before, to raise cash at the mansion of an anti-affordable energy extremists who has made stopping Keystone his personal hobby

The risk takers and entrepreneurs who sustain this industry don’t just put food on our tables, they support jobs and represent tens of billions of dollars in economic impact

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