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After weeks of working hard at hardly working, Congress has decided to take a vacation. Sure, the border is broken. And yes, our $22 trillion in national debt is growing. All the while, the Social Security trust funds are about to run out. But why let these facts get in the way of a good time?
Welcome to FreedomWorks Foundation’s thirteenth regulatory review of 2019! Our Regulatory Action Center proudly updates you with our favorite tidbits from the swamp. We want to smash barriers between bureaucracy and the American people by delivering regulatory news straight to FreedomWorks activists. Check back in two weeks for the next edition.
Democratic presidential candidates like Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker have made inequality a central issue in the campaign. But their plans for minimum-wage hikes, wealth taxes and income-tax rates of 50% to 70% would restrain the economy and hurt all Americans. At least they have ideas. Republicans seem to have few of their own to boost the wealth of working- and middle-class people, ceding the debate to the Democrats and their ill designs.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In response to Rep. Thomas Massie’s (R-Ky.) motion to rename the “Bipartisan Budget Act of 2019” to “A Bill to Kick the Can Down the Road and for Other Purposes,” Jason Pye, FreedomWorks Vice President of Legislative Affairs, commented:
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- FreedomWorks and more than a dozen conservative organizations today have released a coalition letter in opposition to the "Bipartisan Budget Act of 2019," H.R. 3877. Jason Pye, FreedomWorks Vice President of Legislative Affairs, commented:
The Coalition to Reduce Spending and FreedomWorks, along with 12 other organizations, have released a coalition letter urging members of Congress to reject the "Bipartisan Budget Act of 2019," H.R. 3877. The text of the letter follows, and the PDF can be found here.