Op-Eds We’ve Liked Lately

Republicans in Congress have worked hard to deliver real results, and Americans are better off now. As we enter the final stretch of summer, there’s a little more time to reflect on all the good things happening.

In that spirit, here is a handful recent good reads highlighting the economic prosperity and positive change lifting up communities across the country:

Chairwoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) and The Heritage Foundation President Kay Coles James: Tax Cuts Only Help the Wealthy, Right? American Paychecks Show Otherwise

“For the first time in American history, there are more jobs available than people looking for them. Rather than sitting on the sidelines, more workers are eagerly looking for work—which is readily available. A majority of the uptick in new job seekers is fueled by women, individuals with disabilities, and minorities, looking for their first job or reentering the workforce after a poor economy pushed them out many years ago.”

Read the full piece here.

Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-AL): Americans Are Better Off Now

“One of my biggest concerns during the Obama Administration was the hollowing out of our military. We had planes that couldn’t fly and ships that couldn’t sail. We were not making the continuous critical investment in our military necessary to keep up with our adversaries. Thankfully, those days are over.”

Read the full piece here.

Rep. Blaine Leutkemeyer (R-MO): Continuing Working Toward a ‘Better Way’

“To ensure farmers, teachers, small business owners and all Americans can take advantage of our growing economy, we have delivered on our promise to provide regulatory relief that will support investment in our communities. The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act allows community banks to get back to the business of banking, increasing the availability of financial products and ensuring everyone has access to credit.”

Read the full piece here.

Rep. Buddy Carter (R-GA): For Tax Reform, the Best Is Yet to Come

“At an incredible, veteran-owned company in Savannah, I learned that, because of tax reform, the company is able to give their employees more, and it’s the difference between being able to buy Christmas presents for their children or not. At another small business in Homerville, I learned that the new tax law has allowed them to purchase new equipment to grow their company at a substantial rate.”

Read the full piece here.

Sens. Tim Scott (R-SC) and Joni Ernst (R-IA): Why We Believe so Strongly in the Power of ‘Opportunity Zones’

“Perhaps our favorite part of the Opportunity Zones program is that it is powered from the ground up, not the federal government in Washington, D.C….Zones were nominated by mayors and governors, because folks here at home in Iowa know where help is needed the most. Unlike other programs attempting to help those in need in the past, there is no federal bureaucracy created by Opportunity Zones, meaning red tape will not get in the way.”

Read the full piece here.

Article source: https://www.speaker.gov/general/op-eds-weve-liked-lately

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