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Republican Study Committee Offers Obamacare Alternative

Contrary to the popular myth, Republicans have offered several alternatives to Obamacare, all of which were rejected out of hand by Obama and his cronies - while all the time they were saying they'd listen to any alternatives the Republicans had to offer.

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Republican Study Committee Offers Obamacare Alternative

Contrary to the popular myth, Republicans have offered several alternatives to Obamacare, all of which were rejected out of hand by Obama and his cronies - while all the time they were saying they'd listen to any alternatives the Republicans had to offer.

09/23/2013
House Passes Ryan’s Budget 228-191, Rejects Obama’s 0-414

Today, the House passed a budget -- something Senate Democrats haven’t bothered to do in nearly three years (1,065 days, to be exact). The budget, drafted by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, resembles last year’s Ryan budget. It now goes to the Senate, where Harry Reid and his fellow Democrats aren’t likely to take it up.  The House also voted on President Obama’s budget. Want to guess how many votes it got? Zero. That’s right. No one voted for it, not even the Democrats. Ouch. That’s gotta hurt.

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House Passes Ryan’s Budget 228-191, Rejects Obama’s 0-414

Today, the House passed a budget -- something Senate Democrats haven’t bothered to do in nearly three years (1,065 days, to be exact). The budget, drafted by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, resembles last year’s Ryan budget. It now goes to the Senate, where Harry Reid and his fellow Democrats aren’t likely to take it up.  The House also voted on President Obama’s budget. Want to guess how many votes it got? Zero. That’s right. No one voted for it, not even the Democrats. Ouch. That’s gotta hurt.

03/29/2012
Key Vote YES on the Republican Study Committee Budget

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Key Vote YES on the Republican Study Committee Budget

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03/28/2012
Tell Your Representatives to Sign Republican Study Committee Letter Urging No Tax Increases in the Super Committee Deal

Dear FreedomWorks member, As one of our million-plus FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and ask him or her to sign onto the Republican Study Committee letter to urge the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction (the “Super Committee) not to increase taxes on the American people. The so-called Super Committee has until November 23 to recommend a plan that will reduce the deficit by $1.5 trillion over the next decade. Media reports are signaling that the Super Committee is considering tax hikes behind closed doors. Members of Congress should sign onto the Republican Study Committee letter to make their opposition to tax increases in the Super Committee known.

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Tell Your Representatives to Sign Republican Study Committee Letter Urging No Tax Increases in the Super Committee Deal

Dear FreedomWorks member, As one of our million-plus FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your representative and ask him or her to sign onto the Republican Study Committee letter to urge the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction (the “Super Committee) not to increase taxes on the American people. The so-called Super Committee has until November 23 to recommend a plan that will reduce the deficit by $1.5 trillion over the next decade. Media reports are signaling that the Super Committee is considering tax hikes behind closed doors. Members of Congress should sign onto the Republican Study Committee letter to make their opposition to tax increases in the Super Committee known.

11/15/2011
Key Vote YES on Republican Study Committee Amendment to Reduce Agricultural Appropriatons by 10.4 Percent

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Key Vote YES on Republican Study Committee Amendment to Reduce Agricultural Appropriatons by 10.4 Percent

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06/15/2011
FreedomWorks Letter Support H. Con. Res 37 Republican Study Committee Budget Proposal

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FreedomWorks Letter Support H. Con. Res 37 Republican Study Committee Budget Proposal

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04/15/2011
Key Vote YES on Rep. Jordan's Amendment to the Continuing Resolution

Dear Representative, On behalf of over a million FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to vote YES on Rep. Jordan’s amendment #104 to H.R. 1 the Full Year Continuing Appropriation Act.  As it currently stands, the proposed continuing resolution lowers non-security discretionary spending to $396.6 billion.  This would be the largest discretionary spending cut in American history.  Rep. Jordan’s amendment would go even further by returning non-security discretionary spending to FY2008 levels, which is $378 billion.

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Key Vote YES on Rep. Jordan's Amendment to the Continuing Resolution

Dear Representative, On behalf of over a million FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to vote YES on Rep. Jordan’s amendment #104 to H.R. 1 the Full Year Continuing Appropriation Act.  As it currently stands, the proposed continuing resolution lowers non-security discretionary spending to $396.6 billion.  This would be the largest discretionary spending cut in American history.  Rep. Jordan’s amendment would go even further by returning non-security discretionary spending to FY2008 levels, which is $378 billion.

02/16/2011
FreedomWorks Applauds the “Secret Ballot Protection Act”

Washington, DC – While political insiders and unions bosses are looking to force workers into unions and take away workers rights to a secret ballot, the Republicans Study Committee led by

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FreedomWorks Applauds the “Secret Ballot Protection Act”

Washington, DC – While political insiders and unions bosses are looking to force workers into unions and take away workers rights to a secret ballot, the Republicans Study Committee led by

02/17/2009