Policy Change.

A Unifying Reform Agenda for Congress

Main St. Agenda by from The Federalist, March 12, 2015

Republicans have not made much of the opportunity presented by unified control of Congress so far. Intransigence from Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nevada) coupled with a lack of vision from House Republican leaders have led to stalemates and embarrassments, which have denied the American people the opportunity to see an attractive alternative to President Obama’s failed Progressive agenda. We suggest another path.

The narrative inside the beltway is that Speaker John Boehner has tried everything to unify his conference. Yet his central focus for the last several months has been avoiding conflict day-to-day rather than offering constructive ideas and a long-term vision.

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