Stacy French - February 10th, 2016
- Daily Signal, What Obama got wrong in his budget (it’s a long list)
- Forbes, Why so many historians agree with Cruz on the gold standard
- McCarter calls out Shimkus for not being conservative enough, WSIL
- Ron Johnson on Obama’s $4.1 trillion budget, We Are Green Bay
Stacy French - February 09th, 2016
- Mike Lee receives a strong approval rating, 65-26; Utah Policy
- Maine’s work requirement for childless adults receiving food stamps is working; Daily Signal
- Ken Blackwell: Obamacare creates barriers for patients; CNS News
- Investor’s Business Daily; Obama should be flagged for excessive celebration after jobs report
Stacy French - January 28th, 2016
- The Daily Caller, Obama’s regulations are crippling the economy
- Steve Forbes weighs in on two issues that must be discussed tonight: healthcare and the Federal Reserve’s “economic-growth-killing policies,” Forbes
Mr. Andrew Roth - November 03rd, 2015
KEY VOTE ALERT
“NO” on the House Highway Bill (HR 22)
The Club for Growth urges all House members to oppose the long-term highway bill that is currently being debated under the shell bill, Hire More Heroes Act (HR 22). Consideration of the bill, and a vote on final passage is expected over the next few days. The vote will be included in the Club for Growth’s 2015 Congressional Scorecard.
There is very little to like about this bill. It spends too much, offsets that spending with gimmickry, and includes unrelated riders like renewal of the cronyist Export-Import Bank. Worse, lawmakers continue to avoid enacting real reforms like the Transportation Empowerment Act (HR 2716) that would remove most of the command-and-control power used by the federal government in the decision-making process related to infrastructure.
The Club for Growth may score amendments to the highway bill, but that will be released in a subsequent key vote alert if we determine that such amendments should be scored.
Our Congressional Scorecard for the 114th Congress provides a comprehensive rating of how well or how poorly each member of Congress supports pro-growth, free-market policies and will be distributed to our members and to the public.