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Senate Finance Committee Sep 17
→ Chairman joined and to give the latest on the stalled stimulus negotiations and how the Democrats continue to be unwilling to compromise.
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Senate Finance Committee Sep 16
NEW from Chairman → “This bipartisan legislation will allow Iowans to keep more of their own hard-earned money to get back on their feet and rebuild after the historic storm.”
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Sen. Grassley Press Sep 16
WATCH: gives an update on targeted relief and how Democrats are holding out for far-left priorities at the expense of Americans struggling in these difficult times.
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ChuckGrassley Sep 16
Gr8 to hear that CMS values better Medicaid data. T-MSIS is a game changer for transparency but only if states report & researchers can validate it. This is a positive step & I hope it continues Investing in transparency helps everyone especially the underserved
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Senate Finance Committee Sep 10
NEW from Chairman → “Democrats are holding out for far-left priorities at the expense of Americans.”
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Sen. Grassley Press Sep 10
Republicans stand ready to repeat the bipartisan success of the , if only Democrat leaders would just agree to agree. Their partisan wish list does not serve the American people who are counting on this targeted relief.
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Sen. Grassley Press Aug 31
. Chairman and Ranking Member are calling on the Chief Actuary of to set the record straight about the partisan misinformation being spread by Democrats. MORE HERE:
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Sen. Grassley Press Aug 11
Another day has gone by without action on relief legislation because Democrats continue to be unwilling to meet at the negotiating table. This shows their priority is politics and not the American people.
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Senate Finance Committee Aug 13
NEW → Today, the Senate confirmed three nominees to serve in the U.S. Tax Court and the . Check out the information below to learn more:
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Senate Finance Committee Aug 5
“House has made clear she prefers to let the benefits remain expired rather than compromise with Republicans, so that she can blame President for the pain inflicted on Americans.”
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Senate Finance Committee Aug 3
NEW → This evening, three nominees were reported favorably out of committee. ✓ Michael Nemelka to be Deputy U.S. Trade Representative ✓ Christian Weiler to be Judge of the U.S. Tax Court ✓ Alina Marshall to be Judge of the U.S. Tax Court
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Senate Finance Committee Jul 30
Chairman ’s FULL statement from this morning’s hearing on protecting the reliability of the U.S. medical supply chain during the pandemic.
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Senate Finance Committee Jul 30
STARTING SOON → Chairman will lead part 2 of a hearing on the reliability of the U.S. medical supply chain during the .
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Senate Finance Committee Jul 29
: Chairman ’s full statement during today’s hearing on reform. “It has never been more important than it is today to ensure the WTO is equipped to take on the global challenges we face collectively today.”
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Senate Republican Communications Center Jul 28
Republicans want to use tax incentives to encourage the rehiring of laid-off workers and the creation of safer workplaces through things like testing, remodeling, and PPE. If Democrats block action, workers will be on their own.
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Sen. Grassley Press Jul 29
The pandemic continues to highlight our broken health care system. Now is the time for much needed transparency so patients can be fully aware of what’s in their medical bills.
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Sen. Grassley Press Jul 29
The Republicans’ tax provisions in the HEALS Act aim to help Americans get back to work and businesses safely open. It also provides for another round of economic impact payments. This is a responsible plan in the fight against the .
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Senate Finance Committee Jul 29
STARTING SOON → Chairman will lead a hearing on reform and how to make global rules work for global challenges.
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Senate Republican Communications Center Jul 28
Replying to @SRCC
Q: “I just want to make sure I'm hearing you correctly. It does seem like you might be willing to come off some from $600. Not to $200, but you're not demanding $600 or bust?” Leader Hoyer: It's not $600 or bust... that's not where we are. We are prepared to discuss this.”
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Senate Republican Communications Center Jul 28
Q: Doesn’t paying people more to stay home create a disincentive that hurts the re-opening? Leader Hoyer: “I think that's an argument that has some validity to it. And we ought to deal with that."
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