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America's economy is still struggling after the worst recovery since the Great Depression. Families that are barely getting by, and small businesses that are drowning under seas of red tape, are left wondering why radical policies coming from this administration are acting like a straitjacket holding back their potential.
American energy creates high-paying jobs, grows our economy, and provides billions in royalties and tax revenues to reduce our deficit. Louisiana’s First Congressional District, which I am honored to represent, is now home to the metropolitan area with the lowest unemployment rate in the United States thanks to our booming energy industry.
“Clearly President Obama has not enforced the law fairly and neither has Secretary [Kathleen] Sebelius,” Scalise said of the outgoing HHS leader. “They’ve left regular hardworking taxpayers in a lurch.
"After nearly 20 years of facing bureaucratic red-tape, we are now at the doorstep of Congress finally authorizing the Morganza to the Gulf Hurricane Protection Project in the Water Resources Reform and Development Act (WRRDA)," said Rep. Steve Scalise, R-Jefferson.
In a letter Tuesday, Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) and four colleagues strongly criticized the Affordable Care Act as a drag on the economy and disruptive to the health insurance system.
Louisiana’s First Congressional District Congressman, Steve Scalise, visited SeaTrepid in Robert, LA in order to get a feel for robotic technology’s footprint within his district.
Sen. David Vitter, R-La., and Reps. Bill Cassidy, R-Baton Rouge and Steve Scalise, R-Jefferson, Tuesday asked Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to speed up the process.
Louisiana’s U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise, R-Jefferson, has quietly become one of the most influential members of the entire House of Representatives.
Louisiana's congressional Republicans said Thursday that a lot more information is needed before the first year of open enrollment can be assessed.
The JOBS Act would also require agencies to perform retrospective reviews of major regulations. This requirement could help identify — and then modify or eliminate — some of the accumulated red tape that can be shed without sacrificing benefits.