Our Majority Makers are Passing Legislation

Americans are sick of the partisan gridlock in Congress. Main Street Republicans are committed to moving legislation to help American families. Already this year, our members have sponsored 17 pieces of legislation that have passed the House or Senate and there’s more on the way.

Main Street members have sponsored the following key pieces of legislation that have passed at least one house of congress.

Senator Shelley Moore Capito, Rep. Bill Johnson, & Rep. Evan Jenkins
H.J. Res 38 Disapproving the DOI Stream Protection Rule (Became Law)
“Nullifies Obama’s anti-coal regulation that hurt mining and energy production”

Rep. Dan Donovan
H.R. 655 Securing the Cities Act of 2017 (Passed House)
“Enhances the ability of the United States to detect and prevent radiological and nuclear terrorist attacks in high-risk urban areas”

H.R. 584 Cyber Preparedness Act of 2017 (Passed House)
“Streamlines the country’s cybersecurity procedures to improve cyber-threat information sharing and coordination between federal, state, and local authorities”

H.R. 549 Transit Security Grant Program Flexibility Act (Passed House)
“Eases grant rules for transit security upgrades”

Rep. Barbara Comstock
H.R. 321 INSPIRE Women Act (Became law) “Creates programs to encourage women and girls to study science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), pursue careers in aerospace, and further advance the nation’s space science and exploration efforts”

Rep. Bill Huizenga
H.J. Res 41 (Became law)
“Eliminates a burdensome regulation put in place by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that hurts our economy by putting American companies at a disadvantage globally”

Rep. John Katko
H.R. 526 Counterterrorism Advisory Board Act of 2017 (Passed House)
“Establishes a board to coordinate and integrate DHS’s intelligence, activities, and policy related to its counterterrorism mission and functions”

Rep. Ryan Costello
H.R. 27 Ensuring VA Employee Accountability Act (Passed House)

Rep. Greg Walden
H.R. 288 Small Business Broadband Deployment Act (Passed House)
“Eases regulation on small business broadband internet providers”

H.R. 290 Federal Communications Commission Process Reform Act of 2017 (Passed House)

 

 

Senator Shelley Moore Capito, Rep. Bill Johnson, & Rep. Evan Jenkins
H.J. Res 38 Disapproving the DOI Stream Protection Rule (Became Law)
“Nullifies Obama’s anti-coal regulation that hurt mining and energy production”

Rep. Dan Donovan
H.R. 655 Securing the Cities Act of 2017 (Passed House)
“Enhances the ability of the United States to detect and prevent radiological and nuclear terrorist attacks in high-risk urban areas”

H.R. 584 Cyber Preparedness Act of 2017 (Passed House)
“Streamlines the country’s cybersecurity procedures to improve cyber-threat information sharing and coordination between federal, state, and local authorities”

H.R. 549 Transit Security Grant Program Flexibility Act (Passed House)
“Eases grant rules for transit security upgrades”

Rep. Barbara Comstock
H.R. 321 INSPIRE Women Act (Became law) “Creates programs to encourage women and girls to study science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), pursue careers in aerospace, and further advance the nation’s space science and exploration efforts”

Rep. Bill Huizenga
H.J. Res 41 (Became law)
“Eliminates a burdensome regulation put in place by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that hurts our economy by putting American companies at a disadvantage globally”

Rep. John Katko
H.R. 526 Counterterrorism Advisory Board Act of 2017 (Passed House)
“Establishes a board to coordinate and integrate DHS’s intelligence, activities, and policy related to its counterterrorism mission and functions”

Rep. Ryan Costello
H.R. 27 Ensuring VA Employee Accountability Act (Passed House)

Rep. Greg Walden
H.R. 288 Small Business Broadband Deployment Act (Passed House)
“Eases regulation on small business broadband internet providers”

H.R. 290 Federal Communications Commission Process Reform Act of 2017 (Passed House)


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