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By way of comparison, take a look at the Republican Study Committee’s “Jumpstarting Opportunities with Bold Solutions” (JOBS) Act....Rep. Steve Scalise’s jobs bill is infinitely more prescriptive and specific than the agenda of the party that is actually running the government.
U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise, chairman of a large group of House conservatives called the Republican Study Committee, said, “Judgment day has arrived for President Obama’s health care law, and yet the self-proclaimed ‘most transparent administration’ still hasn’t released figures to the public showing how many enrollees have actually made a premium payment"
"While President Obama is busy defending his failed policies, House Republicans are focusing on the needs of American families who are struggling under the weight of radical regulations and a stagnant economy," said Rep. Steve Scalise, R-La.
Rep. Scalise offers bill incorporating Republican proposals on energy, deregulation -- a 'GOP wish list'
Rep. Steve Scalise, R-Jefferson, has put together an omnibus proposal he says would grow the economy through increased energy production and less government regulation.
Scalise denied that the package was a rehash of old ideas, saying, "There never can be enough good jobs bills that are moving through Congress."
"It's the power of having the best ideas in one bill that people can see," RSC Chairman Steve Scalise (R-La.) told The Hill this week.
U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise has scheduled public meetings for constituents Friday in Belle Chasse, Elmwood and New Orleans. The Jefferson Republican was elected to represent Louisiana's 1st Congressional District.
U.S. Rep. Steve Scalise handed out the awards. He thanked the men for the daily sacrifices they make as law enforcement officers, and for the time they served in the military.
Residents applauded flood insurance reform and questioned both the future of healthcare and the IRS at a town hall hosted by Rep. Steve Scalise.
“We’re going to continue to push to make sure we have a single alternative health care bill brought to the floor because that’s the best way to highlight the difference between what [Democrats] stand for and what we stand for.”