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Thursday, September 29, 2006
The House will meet 9:00 AM for legislative business.

One Minutes (5 per side)

H.Res. 1054 - Rule providing for consideration of Conference Report on H.R. 5441, S. 3930 and H.R. 4772

Bills Subject to a Rule (2 bills)
H.R. 4772 -
Private Property Rights Implementation Act of 2006

S. 3930 -


S. 5, Class Action Fairness Act (Public Law)
H.R. 27, Job Training Improvement Act (House Passed)
S. 256, Consumer Protection Act (Public Law)
H.R. 366, Vocational and Technical Education for the Future Act (House Passed)
H.R. 8, Death Tax Repeal Permanency Act (House Passed)
A year ago, the House unveiled a Jobs and Growth plan. A plan that was intended to be jumper cables and gasoline for America's economic engine. A plan that would provide a stimulus-something that would boost investor confidence, increase Americans' income and help businesses move out of the red.

We acted and passed this plan. And because we acted, families have more money in their paychecks. Because we acted more Americans are working. Because we acted the deficit is less than what it would be otherwise.

Good governing is about making tough choices. The choices no one notices, much less gives you credit for are the choices that stop bad situations from becoming worse. With an inherited recession, an attack on American soil, and an international war against terror, Republicans proved to be that party of action-the party willing to make the tough choices.

And now we must continue. We must grow our economy and not government by maintaining fiscal discipline and guarding against the proposed tax hikes of our Democrat colleagues. We must continue to be the party of solutions.

For More Information

Office of Management and Budget
Budget of the United States Government: Fiscal Year 2007
Pryce Votes to Protect Taxpayer, Improve Government Efficiency
Feb. 1 - “The Deficit Reduction Act embraces the need to make do with less, while simultaneously streamlining and improving programs upon which many Americans are dependent."
Jobless Claims
Fall Significantly

Jan. 19 - "Today's announcement is yet another indicator that our economy is thriving," Pryce said. "Republican policies continue to foster strong economic growth."
Economic Growth Continues
December 2005
Employment Situation
December 2005
Current Employment Statistics: Highlights - December 2005
Economic Growth Continues
November 2005 | Deborah Pryce, Chairman | Republican Conference, U.S. House of Representatives.
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