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.

Yesterday, Speaker Ryan delivered his first major speech outlining his vision for a confident America at home and abroad. Check out some of the latest news clips:

So don’t take the bait. Don’t play their game. Don’t give them a win by default. Put together a positive agenda, and take it to the American people. Give people the choice they are yearning for. And if next year, this House can say we have done that, then we will have done our job. Then the people will know that we stand for a more prosperous, a more secure, a more confident America. And the rest? Well, the rest will be up to the people—as it should be.

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.

You don’t have to pay to read this post. But you very well could if something isn’t done soon.
Americans are taxed enough already, and they shouldn’t have to worry about facing new taxes on something as important as access to the Internet.
The federal government should be working to increase educational opportunity for students - not their parents’ tax bills.

We need sustained, robust economic growth, and that’s why this week the House will pass real pro-growth policies to promote research, development, and innovation.


Families who lose their loved ones in the line of duty — be they police officers, firefighters, or EMTs — should receive the full benefit they deserve. And that’s precisely what H.R 606 will ensure now that it has been passed by both the House and the Senate.

Speaker Boehner discussed a broad range of issues – from the need for President Obama to lead on Trade Promotion Authority (TPA) and tax reform to concerns over the administration’s framework for a nuclear agreement with Iran.

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