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SNAP Expansion

Rather than encouraging dependence on the welfare system, Congress should work to ensure more sustainable, self-sufficient outcomes for SNAP recipients by pairing reformed work requirements with consistent enforcement.

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The LIFT Credit

The LIFT Credit is yet another unaffordable federal entitlement program that would drastically increase Americans’ reliance on welfare and discourage work and independence for America’s middle class.

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Long-Term Care Entitlements

Creating a mandate for long term care coverage is not a solution, it will only worsen and further complicate an already highly complex and broken Medicare system.

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EITC Expansion

Fixing the EITC so that it works better for America’s families must come before increasing it. Without significant reform, adding 21 million people to a broken EITC program would be irresponsible.

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Unaffordable Housing

Federal spending on unaffordable housing could exceed $500 billion in the next 10 years.

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Universal Child Care

Rather than focusing efforts and taxpayer resources on creating a new, one-size-fits-all government program out of a current system with poor records of efficacy while busting the federal budget, Congress should ensure existing programs are achieving the best possible outcomes.

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Taxpayer Financed Campaigns

If the costs of congressional and presidential campaigns continue to rise, federal public financing could cost the government over $10 billion by the 2024 election cycle

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Guaranteed Federal Jobs

While encouraging full employment is a noble goal, this drastic proposal is fiscally irresponsible and, put simply, bad public policy.

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Free College

Free college would cost the Federal Government more than $2.4 trillion.

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