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House GOP Unveils Plan for Regaining the Majority

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House GOP Unveils Plan for Regaining the Majority

House GOP Unveils Plan for Regaining the Majority

House GOP , Unveils Plan for , Regaining the Majority.

Politico reports that House Republican leaders plan to formally unveil an agenda focused on ramping up fossil-fuel production, curbing immigration and fighting crime.

Politico reports that House Republican leaders plan to formally unveil an agenda focused on ramping up fossil-fuel production, curbing immigration and fighting crime.

This is not just talking points.

It’s actually a real agenda.

It’s not a political agenda — it’s an agenda of what we want to do starting on Day One, Mario Diaz-Balart, House Representative From Florida, via Politico.

On September 22, GOP leaders briefed members, highlighting that crime was a "top issue" alongside reducing reliance on foreign oil.

On September 22, GOP leaders briefed members, highlighting that crime was a "top issue" alongside reducing reliance on foreign oil.

Republicans believe the blueprint offers critical direction while the party fights to regain the majority.

Politico reports that after the blueprint's soft launch, GOP representatives quickly started posting the plan's topline points across social media.

Politico reports that after the blueprint's soft launch, GOP representatives quickly started posting the plan's topline points across social media.

I think the American people, once they see that we mean business with this.

I think it’s gonna restore trust, Bill Johnson, House Representative From Ohio, via Politico.

Even Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell chimed in on Twitter to highlight key tenets of the plan.

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Less inflation.

More law and order.

Parents’ rights.

Border security.

American energy, Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader, via Twitter.

The plan has reportedly received broad endorsement across both the conference and candidate slates.

The blueprint was authored by Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy alongside Minority Whip Steve Scalise and Conference Chair Elise Stefanik.

The blueprint was authored by Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy alongside Minority Whip Steve Scalise and Conference Chair Elise Stefanik.

The blueprint was authored by Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy alongside Minority Whip Steve Scalise and Conference Chair Elise Stefanik


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