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RSC Statement on President Obama's Unilateral Plan to Move on Immigration
November 20, 2014
(Washington, D.C.) – House Republican Study Committee Chairman Rob Woodall issued the following statement after the White House announced President Ob... More
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RSC Elects Flores New Chairman
November 18, 2014
(Washington, D.C.) – The House Republican Study Committee (RSC), a group of more than 170 House conservatives, today elected Rep. Bill Flores (R-TX) ... More
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Woodall Statement on the Passing of RSC Co-Founder Former Congressman Phil Crane
November 12, 2014
(Washington, D.C.) - House Republican Study Committee Chairman Rob Woodall issued the following statement after the passing of RSC co-founder, former ... More
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McMorris Rodgers Op-Ed: Why a Republican Senate could make a difference
September 25, 2014
Read the op-ed online here: In homes all across America, working parents struggle to pay their bills at the end of the month. College graduates move back in with their parents because student loan debts are so high. Young families juggle two jobs just to afford their rising health care premiums. These are the problems Americans face every single day, in every state across the country. As the heads of the Republican communications offices in the House and the Senate, it's our job to listen to the... More
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Black Op-Ed: The governing party
August 13, 2014
Click here to read the op-ed online On a recent edition of Meet the Press, host David Gregory asked his guest whether Republicans have given voters a reason to vote for them in the fall. He asked whether Republicans have demonstrated that they should control both Chambers of Congress and be “a governing party.” With less than three months before voters head to the polls this is certainly an important question, and one that I believe my House Republican colleagues have answered. When it comes to ... More
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