WASHINGTON – Today, Chairman Jim Banks and the Republican Study Committee released a Family Policy Agenda outlining 10 principles and over 80 policy recommendations from Republican Study Committee members to guide conservatives’ work to restore the American family.
Read the agenda HERE.
Said Chairman Banks: “The Biden presidency has failed America’s families. Over the past two years, families have lost savings, flexibility, and control over childrearing to increasingly hostile and far left ideologues. Republicans need to position themselves as the party of families. Next Congress we need to focus on reforming the tax code to create more families, passing pro-life legislation, protecting parents’ pocketbooks, and giving them back control over their kids’ education.
All these policies are popular and proven, and we’ve seen the difference parents can make on election day. If Republicans can contrast our efforts with Democrats’ record of intrusion and control then I think parents will play a pivotal role in 2022 and 2024.”
In June 2022, the RSC released a framework for Restoring the American Family. The RSC’s Family Policy Agenda is based on the principles outlined in the June framework. Read the framework here.
The RSC’s Family Policy Agenda is supported by the American Principles Project, SBA Pro-Life America, Independent Women's Forum, Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee, CPAC, the America First Policy Institute, Family Policy Alliance, the Center for Urban Renewal and Education (CURE), ACLJ Action, CatholicVote, Institute for Family Studies, Ethics and Public Policy Center, National Right to Life, Advancing American Freedom, Family Research Council, Parental Rights Foundation and the Faith and Freedom Coalition.
Read a full list of statements of support HERE.