Rep Smith Trying To Curtail Government Expenditures

Capitol Hill.

Capitol Hill.

Representative Jason Smith is in Washington, D.C., trying to fight against higher taxes spent on non-essentials. As chairman of the Ways and Means committee, he directs money. He is currently trying to stop the Democratic spending spree that has continued throughout the pandemic. He is working on Washington’s debt crisis regarding the close debt ceiling.

Ways And Means Committee

This committee is looking to improve the tax code to help working-class Americans. Last week it approved the Protecting Taxpayers and Victims of Unemployment Fraud Act – legislation Smith authored to help curb some of the billions of dollars in unemployment insurance benefits that have been to fraud.

House Work

The House did pass the REIN IN Inflation Act, legislation Smith coauthored to combat rising prices by forcing the administration to disclose the impact of their policies on the cost of living.

H.R. 347

This bill requires the president to publish the inflationary impact of executive actions before they go into effect. The legislation will give Congress a much-needed tool in the fight to combat the cost-of-living crisis and rein in Biden’s $1 trillion secretive spending spree. Representative Smith voted Yes. Bill passed.

H.J. Res. 30

This is a measure to block the Biden administration’s rule to allow financial managers to use Americans’ 401k as a piggy bank to invest in liberal political causes. Representative Smith voted Yes. Resolution passed.

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