RSC Endorses the House’s Latest Government Funding Proposal
Washington, D.C. – The RSC Steering Committee today unanimously voted to support the latest House proposal to fund the government while protecting American families from the devastating consequences of the President’s health care law.
“This bill ensures that all Members of Congress and the White House will finally have to live by the same laws that have been passed, just like all Americans,” Scalise said. “Either Obamacare is good enough that it should apply to all or it is so bad that it should apply to none. It is time for the sweetheart deals and backroom exemptions to end.
“The devastating effects of the President’s health care law are not a partisan issue. Businesses see it. American families see it. Even union leaders like James Hoffa see this train wreck coming. It is time for Senate Democrats and the President to get off the sidelines and work in a bipartisan way to fund the government while eliminating special political exemptions.”
With 175 members, the Republican Study Committee is the largest multi-issue caucus in Congress.