“The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will finally deliver the fair and simple tax code you deserve.”
While there are still more hurdles to clear, two recent actions could spell relief for those RV companies whose operations depend on the import and use of lauan wood.
In the News: Washington Examiner: Republican slams $7.25M IRS contract with Equifax: ‘Abject failure’
IRS officials on a scheduled visit to Congress Wednesday bore the brunt of GOP criticism of the agency for Wednesday’s revelation that it awarded Equifax a $7.25 million no-bid contract to maintain taxpayers’ confidentiality.
In the News: Ripon Advance: Republicans lead Ways and Means hearing to improve male workforce participation
A steady decline over decades of men in the workforce that has resulted in a record number of job openings was the subject of a recent hearing by a House Ways and Means subcommittee.
In the News: Elkhart Truth: Congresswoman Talks Tax Reform at Goshen Chamber; Recognizes Member for Service
U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) received the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Spirit of Enterprise Award for her support of policies that promote strong economic growth and job creation.
In the News: Ripon Advance: Walorski bill would ensure air medical service availability, quality in rural areas
Medicare reimbursement rates for air medical service providers would be updated to ensure rural areas have continued access to critical emergency services.
In the News: Elkhart Truth: Walorski bill would eliminate penalties for collecting Social Security while working
Walorski has introduced a bill that would eliminate penalties that seniors on Social Security face when they try to remain in or reenter the workforce.
U.S. Representative Jackie Walorski has introduced a bill that she says will improve access to air medical service in rural areas.
In the News: Ripon Advance: House passes expansion of GI Bill with support from Brooks, Walters, Walorski
The House unanimously approved a legislative package that aims to expand GI Bill education benefits for veterans and their beneficiaries.
“Northern Indiana is the RV Capital of the World, so Hoosiers know just how vital outdoor recreation is to growing our economy and creating good jobs for American workers.”