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NEWS RELEASE ISSUED JANUARY 30, 2014 BY THE OFFICE OF CONGRESSWOMAN LYNN JENKINS (KAN.)

Jenkins: Conservatives Are Unwilling To Accept The Status Quo

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins (KS-02) outlined the conservative vision that will create jobs and more take-home pay with smarter energy policies, a fairer tax code, and relief from the President’s job-killing health care law.

Congresswoman Lynn Jenkins (KS-02):

“We understand a whole lot of Americans are hurting right now, thanks to the President’s policies—higher taxes, more spending, more regulation. And we’re unwilling to accept the status quo. That’s why we are anxious this week to talk about our priorities that can get the economy moving, get people back to work, get more money in people’s pockets.

“I look forward to having a discussion about tax reform, our proposal to lower the rates, simplify the code, make it fairer, flatter, simpler, close the loopholes—and along with that comes millions of jobs.

“I think we’ll talk about energy policy and our proposals; opening the Keystone pipeline, which is going to help put us on a path to energy independence and create 100,000 American jobs.

“And talk about our healthcare proposals; we need to do away with things like this 30-hour work requirement, that puts 2.3 million people at risk of having their hours cut.

“So, it’s going to be a great week this week for us to have a discussion about how we can restore the American dream for these people.”

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