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RSC Proposal Spurs Introduction of 7 Government Reform Bills

Aug 17, 2020
Press Release

WASHINGTON – Republican Study Committee Chairman Mike Johnson (R-La.) today announced that seven bills have now been introduced as a result of RSC’s 2020 government reform proposal, Power, Practices, Personnel: 100+ Commonsense Solutions to Better Government. The bills, detailed below, have been introduced as a direct result of the recommendations published in the report.

“The Republican Study Committee takes seriously its call to serve as the policy shop and 'intellectual arsenal' of conservatism in the House of Representatives. We have invested 19 months in building a lengthy volume of commonsense, conservative solutions to solve our nation’s toughest problems, including government inefficiency,” Johnson said. “I am proud to see our members taking action to transform our detailed blueprint for reform into meaningful legislation that will provide Americans with a more efficient, effective, and accountable federal government. Congress owes it to the millions of Americans who fund this government to work together to get these bills passed and signed into law without delay.” 

Legislation Introduced from Power, Practices, Personnel: 100+ Commonsense Solutions to Better Government