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Heritage Action Congratulates Mike Johnson on RSC Election

Press: Nov 16, 2018

Washington—This morning, members of the Republican Study Committee (RSC) elected Rep. Mike Johnson (R-LA) as the committee's chairman for the 116th Congress. Heritage Action released the following statement from Executive Director Tim Chapman During his first session in Congress, Congressman Johnson led serious legislative efforts to advance conservative policy priorities

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Memo: Divided Government is an Opportunity to Forge Consensus Around 2020 Agenda

Blog: Nov 07, 2018

Democratic control of the House and Republican gains in the Senate could mean very little legislative progress for the next two years. This gridlock must be seen by Republicans as an opportunity to build a national consensus around a specific policy agenda designed to bring together a majority of the

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Conservative Opportunities in the 2018 Lame Duck

Blog: Oct 11, 2018

What is a Lame Duck session of Congress? A Lame Duck session of Congress occurs after an election and before the start of a new Congressional session. This year’s lame duck will take place between November 7th and January 3rd. Why does a Lame Duck session of Congress matter this

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Heritage Action Releases Television Ads for Nine Targeted Districts in the 2018 Midterm Election

Press: Oct 10, 2018

Washington—Today Heritage Action for America began its first television ad buy of the 2018 midterm elections. This $1.1 million ad buy will run in 9 congressional districts across the country. Heritage Action will help secure the conservative vote with a 4-week ad campaign on Fox News Channel in all

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Heritage Action Praises Confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh to Supreme Court

Press: Oct 06, 2018

Washington—Today, the U.S. Senate confirmed D.C. Circuit Court Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be an associate justice on the Supreme Court of the United States. Judge Kavanaugh is a supremely qualified candidate who is widely respected by his colleagues on the bench and will, based on his 12-year record, faithfully uphold

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Cromnibus Betrays Regular Order and Shuts Down Conservative Policy

Press: Sep 13, 2018

Washington—Today the House will vote on a conference report on a minibus that includes Energy-Water, Military Construction-VA, and Legislative Branch spending measures. According to news reports, House and Senate party leaders have also struck a deal on a Defense and Labor-HHS-Education conference report which will include a continuing resolution funding

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Heritage Action Supports the Speedy Confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh

Press: Aug 10, 2018

Washington—Today, the Senate Judiciary Committee announced a long-awaited hearing on the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to be an associate justice on the Supreme Court of the United States. Judge Kavanaugh has spent 12 years on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, has issued over 300 opinions, and the committee

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Heritage Action to spend $2.5 million and back 12 candidates this November

Press: Aug 08, 2018

Washington—Heritage Action is spending $2.5 million in 12 congressional districts this election cycle. Through a combined digital, print, and TV advertising campaign, Heritage Action will secure the conservative vote while strategically reaching out to swing voters. Heritage Action released the following statement from Executive Director Tim Chapman: This fall, Heritage

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Heritage Action Supports Rep. Todd Rokita’s Making D.I. Work for All Americans Act

Blog: Jul 26, 2018

This week, Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Ind.) introduced the Making D.I. Work for All Americans Act (H.R. 6532). This legislation would reform the Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) program to save it from insolvency. By correcting the many flaws and inefficiencies in the program through this legislation, SSDI will better serve

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Heritage Action Supports House Ways & Means Legislation Expanding HSAs

Press: Jul 25, 2018

Washington—This week, the House will vote on a package of health insurance reform bills to expand the size and scope of Health Savings Accounts (HSAs). First signed into law in 2003, HSAs empower patient control over their own health care choices and are now used by over 20 million individuals

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