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Official account of the U.S. Congressional Joint Economic Committee, Republicans. Home of the Social Capital Project. Chairman:
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Rob Portman Apr 15
I have crisscrossed the state of to see firsthand that positive impacts that has had on workers & businesses. More & more companies are using their tax savings to create , increase wages, expand their business & invest in their employees.
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Rep David Schweikert Apr 15
This , of your hard earned money thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. In AZ-06, a family of four is seeing an average tax cut of $2,877 this year thanks to our updated tax code 📈
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Mike Lee Apr 15
Tax day is a little more family-friendly this year thanks to the new, $2,000 per-child tax credit. Thanks to and for their work and leadership on doubling the CTC, and for making it happen.
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Senate Republicans Apr 5
3.2 million jobs have been created since Republicans passed tax reform. America's economy is booming. 🇺🇸
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CEA Apr 5
196,000 jobs were created in March, beating market expectations. This marks the longest streak of consecutive jobs growth on record.
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Joint Economic Committee Apr 5
Chairman and Ranking House Member release statement praising March's employment numbers. Read it here:
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Joint Economic Committee Mar 26
Does community matter? Short answer: YES Long answer:
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Joint Economic Committee Mar 25
Solid shoutout in a great piece by . Keep an eye out for new research coming soon!
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Joint Economic Committee Mar 21
. on election as JEC Chairman: I welcome Reps. Marchant and Hurrera Beutler to the JEC and welcome back House & Senate GOP committee members and our Dem counterparts... Full statement here:
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JaimeHerreraBeutler Mar 19
It’s an honor to serve on where I will continue to seek solutions that result in higher paychecks and plentiful job opportunities.
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Darin LaHood Mar 18
Grateful to for the opportunity to once again serve on . I look forward to serving under the leadership of and I will continue to advocate for pro-growth policies that create economic opportunity across central and west-central Illinois.
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Joint Economic Committee Mar 18
Replying to @JECRepublicans
Rest in peace.
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Joint Economic Committee Mar 18
Replying to @JECRepublicans
Researchers and policymakers approach economic and social questions from different perspectives. If we are fortunate, we occasionally draw clarity out of the complex reality of the world and make it an incrementally better place. Alan Krueger did that more often than most of us.
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Joint Economic Committee Mar 18
Replying to @JECRepublicans
The nation has lost one of its most brilliant economists, all the worse because he was dedicated to improving policy. Just within the Social Capital Project, Krueger's research has informed papers on the opioid crisis and male non-work.
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Joint Economic Committee Mar 18
We join the economic community in mourning the passing of Alan Krueger and extend our deepest condolences to his family.
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Kevin McCarthy Mar 18
Under Republican leadership, Americans have seen unemployment go ↓ and wages go ↑. Proud to appoint these leaders to to continue that work: •
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Joint Economic Committee Mar 8
Who run the world?!? 🙋‍♀️
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Joint Economic Committee Mar 8
"Wage growth, particularly in industries employing lower-wage workers, continued its upward trajectory, rising 3.4 percent versus a year ago overall, and labor force participation among prime-age women continued its strong post-recession recovery." -
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Joint Economic Committee Mar 8
America: Hey, what’s up? The US Economy: Wages and female employment!
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Joint Economic Committee Mar 7
With unemployment at historic lows and job creation growing at a steady rate, we must continue to work hard to make sure ALL Americans are benefiting from our strong economy. 👏
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