RNC Chairman Reince Priebus Addresses National Urban League Conference

Posted July 24, 2014

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus

National Urban League Conference

Cincinnati, OH

July 24, 2014

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Thank you, Marc, for the invite and that introduction. I’m glad we have an open line of communication with you and the National Urban League.

One of the last times that I was in Ohio, though, I was at Central State University in Wilberforce—for the chartering of their College Republicans chapter. Less than a year after we congratulated Morehouse College on chartering their College Republicans. It’s good to see bipartisanship on the campuses of our Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Anyway, it’s a real privilege to be here today with a group of people working so hard to improve the lives of Americans. I applaud your work, especially your efforts on the ground to provide job training and resources and support.

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Obama fundraises for Dems; demands GOP cooperation

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New Poll Proves Obama And His Policies Are Still Unpopular

55 Percent Of Americans Disapprove Of The Way Obama Is Handling His Job As President, While Just 42 Percent Approve. (CNN Poll, 1,012 A, MoE 3%, 7/18-20/14)

57 Percent Of Americans Do Not Believe Obama Can Manage The Government Effectively, While 42 Percent Believe He Can. (CNN Poll, 1,012 A, MoE 3%, 7/18-20/14)

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McMorris Rodgers: It is Time to Start Over on Health Care

WASHINGTON, DC – House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement today after the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals’ 2-1 decision in Halbig v. Burwell.

“Today the D.C. Court of Appeals ruled against a law that continues to hurt the American people.  In its striking rebuke against the legality of subsidies provided through the federal exchanges, the court struck down a fundamental provision of Obamacare.

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10 reasons Senate Democrats should act on House-passed jobs bills

Communications • July 22, 2014

If there was any question about who the most powerful man in Washington is…

More so than House Speaker John A. Boehner or even President Obama, it is Mr. Reid, a Nevada Democrat in his eighth year as majority leader, who has the most single-handed power to shape what gets done and what falls to the wayside in Washington.

Washington Times

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Governor’s Innovation Office Presents Innovator Awards to State Agencies

July 22, 2014

Harrisburg – Seven state agencies are being recognized for reducing costs, increased productivity and improving service by the Governor’s Innovation Office.

The awards were presented earlier this morning at the second annual Governor’s Innovation Expo in the Keystone Building in Harrisburg.

“These are just a few examples of how my administration is working to make state government more effective and efficient,” said Corbett. “I congratulate the agencies and their employees for these accomplishments.”  Continue reading

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Governor Corbett Meets with Residents of Erie Region, Officials to Urge Legislature to Fix Pension Costs

 

July 22, 2014

 

Fights to Control Property Taxes for Hard-Working Pennsylvania Families

– Governor Tom Corbett visited Harbor Creek High School in Harborcreek today, continuing statewide meetings calling on the state legislature to pass meaningful pension reform legislation to bring property tax relief to Pennsylvania residents. Continue reading

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An Ethically-Challenged Leader

Posted July 23, 2014

Harry Reid Has A History Of “Breaking Rules” And Engaging In “Unseemly Behavior”

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid “Has Walked A Fine Line Over The Years, Occasionally Breaking Rules Or Engaging In Brazenly Unseemly Behavior During His Pursuit Of Wealth.” “Reid has walked a fine line over the years, occasionally breaking rules or engaging in brazenly unseemly behavior during his pursuit of wealth. Further, he has also used his position to save money in ways that the general public can’t — a practice that creates public relations issues

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