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RSC American Worker Report Deserves Consideration in Congress

The Republican Study Committee American Worker Task Force report includes more than 100 recommendations on education, labor, and welfare programs that would eliminate wasteful spending and increase the efficiency of the federal government.


September 23, 2020 — Thomas Schatz 1600886482

The F-35's $10 Billion Funding Gap

A new report indicates that the JSF will require an additional $10 billion beyond the amount officially claimed by the DoD.  

September 15, 2020 — Sean Kennedy 1600195251

CAGW Names House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer August 2020 Porker of the Month

Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) is the August 2020 Porker of the Month for forcing taxpayers across the country to bailout fiscally irresponsible states.

States Have Varied Responses to Unemployment Benefits

State have different responses to the future of unemployment benefits. 

August 18, 2020 — Frances Floresca 1597763870

CCAGW Urges California Assembly Appropriations Committee to Oppose SB 1410

CCAGW urges the California Assembly Appropriations Committee to oppose a bill that would defer rent payments.

CCAGW Joins Coalition Supporting the CREATE JOBS Act

The CREATE JOBS Act would accelerate America’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, and should be included in any relief or recovery package passed by Congress in the near future.

CCAGW Objects to Record-setting Earmarks

CCAGW sends a letter to the House objecting to record-setting earmarks in H.R. 7608. Earmarks include $20 million for The Asia Foundation and $19.7 million for the East-West Center. 


California’s Housing Bill Will Plague the State’s Budget for Years

SB 1410 in California plans to let tenants life rent-free and force taxpayers to provide landlord relief. 

July 21, 2020 — CAGW Staff 1595346501

CCAGW Urges D.C. Councilmembers to Vote Against Unnecessary and Harmful Taxes

CCAGW urges councilmembers to vote against taxes that would affect consumers, businesses, and taxpayers in the District of Columbia

States Should Cut Spending, Not Raise Taxes

State governments should be focused on cutting spending to offset revenue losses, not raising taxes.  

July 1, 2020 — CAGW Staff 1593640292

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