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FULLY Repeal ObamaCare - April 2017

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Press Release

FreedomWorks Supports Pro-Growth Tax Reform

Following the conclusion of the House Ways and Means Committee hearing on fundamental tax reform, FreedomWorks President Adam Brandon commented:

05/18/2017
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Trump Administration and Congress Are Changing the Regulatory Mindset

Recent headlines out of Washington paint a depressing picture. Of course, this isn't anything new, just different names and reversed roles. However there is something different going on these days and Americans ought to look beyond the salacious headlines. If they do, they'll see swamp water beginning to swirl down the drain, as the Trump administration and Congress are making historic progress against decades of job-killing regulations.

05/18/2017
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Press Release

FreedomWorks Supports Move for a Free and Open Internet

Today, the Federal Communications Commission voted to approve a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to undo the massive regulatory structure imposed on the internet by the Obama administration. The proposed rule would return the internet to the light touch regulation that governed its development for the last twenty years.

05/18/2017
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Don’t Trap The Poor In Payouts

There is a strong moral case for welfare reform. Welfare binds the poor with the soft chains of good intentions. The Bureau of Labor Statistics says that there are 5.7 million job openings, but also reports that there are 7.1 million unemployed in our country. A compassionate response to the unemployed is not meager payouts every month to keep them alive. Genuine compassion means focusing on getting every level of government out of the way and creating conditions in which these 7.1 million unemployed individuals can get into those 5.7 million job openings, take pride in their work, help others by being productive citizens, and flourish.

05/17/2017
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Press Release

Sen. Rand Paul's REINS Act Clears Senate Hurdle

FreedomWorks president Adam Brandon released the following statement on Sen. Rand Paul's (R-Ky.) REINS Act passing the Senate's Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee:

05/17/2017
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Press Release

FreedomWorks: The House and Senate Must Be Committed to Congressional Review of Regulations

Following the introduction of legislation by House and Senate Democrats to repeal the Congressional Review Act (CRA), FreedomWorks Director of Public Policy and Legislative Affairs Jason Pye commented:

05/17/2017
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Democrats Are Trying to Repeal the Tool Congress Has to Hold the Regulatory State Accountable

Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) have introduced legislation that would repeal one of the tools that give Congress greater oversight of actions taken by federal agencies. Passed in 1996 as part of the Contract with American Advancement Act, the Congressional Review Act provided Congress with power to canceled rules finalized and published by federal agencies.

05/17/2017
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How the Treasury Will Address the Debt Ceiling

As part of the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 that was enacted in November of that year, the debt ceiling was suspended until March 15, 2017. As of March 16, 2017, the debt ceiling is now back in place, requiring Congress to take action to raise it by some time in Fall (likely October or November).

05/16/2017
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New Sentencing Memo Takes a Step Back on Justice Reform Efforts

Last week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions released a memo in which he ordered federal prosecutors to seek the toughest penalties for nonviolent drug offenders. The result of this change in sentencing policy means more nonviolent e will be subject to mandatory minimum sentences.

05/15/2017
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Build a Better Bill: GOP Senate Must Save ObamaCare Repeal Once Again

It’s no secret that my organization, FreedomWorks, had serious concerns with the American Health Care Act. The amendment negotiated by Rep. Tom MacArthur (R-N.J.) and Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) to allow states to define their own community rating and essential health benefits was a step in the right direction, but further improvements must be made as the bill works its way through the Senate. As Meadows said during the House debate over the AHCA, “The American people are going to care about one thing, and that’s premiums going down.”

05/15/2017

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