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Happy Passover from Speaker Ryan

April 10, 2017

Passover is an opportunity to remember the hardships that ancient Israelites endured as slaves in Egypt, but also a time to celebrate their exodus to the Promised Land. It is a story of suffering, resilience, and faith in God. It is also a story of hope—a reminder to never forget your roots, and to always look towards the future. So, on behalf of the whole House, I want to wish everyone celebrating a joyous and Happy Passover.  Read More

Congratulations to Judge Gorsuch

April 07, 2017

I want to congratulate Judge Neil Gorsuch on his confirmation as Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. And I commend President Trump on having his nominee confirmed. As we saw during his confirmation hearings, Judge Gorsuch is a thoughtful jurist who has the utmost respect for the rule of law. The Court—and the country—will benefit from his experience and his character. Justice Scalia’s seat will now be filled by a judge committed to our Constitution and first principles. This is a good day for our country. Read More

Seven Years of Obamacare Is Enough

March 17, 2017

Next week marks seven years since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law. With it came Democratic promises of government dependence and Republican warnings of fiscal insolvency. Read More

#JointSession Preview: “A Bold, Optimistic Message”

February 28, 2017

Here at the Capitol this morning, House leaders held a press conference ahead of President Trump’s first address to Congress. Speaker Ryan talked about how special and important this moment is: “We are excited to welcome President Trump to the Capitol tonight.  We expect him to deliver a bold, optimistic message to the American people. Read More

#JointSession: Key Takeaways From Speaker Ryan’s TODAY Show Interview

February 28, 2017

Speaker Ryan sat down with Matt Lauer this morning ahead of President Trump’s first address to Congress. Here are a few highlights from their interview, which took place in the Speaker’s office, the Rotunda, and National Statuary Hall: Read More

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