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Conservative leaders in the House, such as Rep. Steve Scalise (La.), chairman of the Republican Study Committee, have also played critical roles. Their involvement has...ensured that Republicans would not veer from conservative doctrine.
Scalise, R-Metairie, said he will give residents updates on efforts to head off skyrocketing flood insurance cost increases and will also discuss President Obama's health care law.
It’s not enough to just say you’re against the president’s law…I’ve also said and put on paper what I’m for, and over 125 members of Congress have cosponsored this bill.
Rep. Steve Scalise, R-Jefferson, called the vote an “overwhelming victory” that was two years in the making.
"The National Flood Insurance Program needs to be sustainable, solvent and ultimately privatized," Scalise and his two colleagues wrote.
Congress is on the doorstep of a major victory for homeowners as the House moves to reform the unworkable and unrealistic NFIP rate hikes by providing long-term certainty and peace-of-mind to Louisiana families.
The chairman of the House Republican Study Committee has introduced new legislation to retroactively delay the individual health insurance mandate under ObamaCare until 2016.
Rep. Steve Scalise, R-Jefferson, is introducing legislation to push pack the Affordable Care Act's mandate that individuals purchase health coverage or pay a penalty from the end of next month until 2016.
Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.) today blasted the Obama administration for unilaterally announcing yet another "selectively enforced" Obamacare edict: a one-year delay in the employer mandate - but only for medium-sized employers.
Scalise is championing a market-oriented approach introduced in 2013 by the conservative Republican Study Committee he chairs. But Scalise expresses a willingness to have other GOP ideas included in the legislation.