In The News
Chances are you’ve heard a lot of talk about the upcoming midterm elections. Win or lose, however, incumbents in Congress will have a responsibility to get back to work serving their constituents on Nov. 7.
By now, you’ve heard “fairer, flatter, simpler” repeated over and over. It was our goal with the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to reform an outdated tax code that – over the last three decades – had become absurdly complicated and no longer worked for our economy.
“I solemnly swear to do no harm.” We took this oath more than 40 years ago when we became nurses. We chose this career—more accurately, this calling—because it was the ultimate realization of what was in our hearts. Our love for women and children … our desire to serve those who are sick and in need … our passion to come alongside the most vulnerable in our midst with care and compassion.
Washington, D.C. – Budget Chairman Diane Black (R-TN-06) discusses tax reform and reconciliation following the passage of the FY18 Budget Resolution – “Building a Better America.” The resolution was passed with unanimous GOP support late Wednesday night.
For six years, organizations with religious and moral objections to certain contraceptive products and services have been fighting for their religious freedom against the harsh mandates of Obamacare. The question brought repeatedly before federal courts hasn’t been about limiting access to contraception, only why the federal government is forcing faithful objectors to violate their beliefs.