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  1. Audrey Van Horn Macmillan/Van Horn ‘20 For Immediate Release Huntington Beach, CA – In an interview with Fox News at her Southern California condo, Republican Vice Presidential Nominee Audrey Van Horn (R-CA) blasted the corruption of the Ward/Solin ticket. “It’s no secret that one of the reasons we won the White House in 2016 is because of the incompetence and corruption of Hillary Clinton. The e-mails, dead Americans in Benghazi, the Clinton Foundation. It was just too much for too many. “Four years later, it’s a different year but the same old Democrats. Look at the Mike Solin scandal. This dude is literally stealing government money. There is no other way to describe it. And his running mate – who looks and acts like a clone of Bill Clinton – has said absolutely nothing about it. The American people rejected this kind of corruption four years ago. It looks like they’re going to reject it yet again.” View full PR
  2. Macmillan/Van Horn ‘20 For Immediate Release Huntington Beach, CA – In an interview with Fox News at her Southern California condo, Republican Vice Presidential Nominee Audrey Van Horn (R-CA) blasted the corruption of the Ward/Solin ticket. “It’s no secret that one of the reasons we won the White House in 2016 is because of the incompetence and corruption of Hillary Clinton. The e-mails, dead Americans in Benghazi, the Clinton Foundation. It was just too much for too many. “Four years later, it’s a different year but the same old Democrats. Look at the Mike Solin scandal. This dude is literally stealing government money. There is no other way to describe it. And his running mate – who looks and acts like a clone of Bill Clinton – has said absolutely nothing about it. The American people rejected this kind of corruption four years ago. It looks like they’re going to reject it yet again.”
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    White House: We Didn’t Raise Prices

    Kyle Fitzgerald The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – White House Press Secretary Sarah Dunlap talked about the economy at a press briefing. “The White House isn’t responsible for setting the prices of cars or baseball caps or washing machines or any other good on the market. This isn’t the Soviet Union. We don’t have that kind of power. So when media outlets and political opponents talk about how our economic policies are raising prices, it’s incredibly dishonest. The businesses selling the goods are the ones raising the prices. We didn’t tell a foreign automaker or a car dealership to raise the price of a car by $5000 – nor did we tell consumers to pay more for foreign cars instead of buying American cars. What our policies have done, however, is protect thousands of American jobs and create thousands more in key industries. Let me tell you another thing this administration did – we increased the pay of middle class households by 5 to 10 percent. How they choose to spend that money is up to them. If they’re willing to pay more for foreign goods, that’s their decision. “When the stock market was at nearly 28000, I don’t think anyone really thought it was going to continue at that level. Anyone with any knowledge of this stuff would know it was overvalued, so again to accuse the administration of hammering the stock market is also incredibly dishonest. The overvalued market was bound to drop at some point no matter what. That being said, the market is still 3000 points higher than it was when this administration took office and the economy is growing at double the rate it was at that time. So if we’re allegedly heading into a recession based on numbers that most people would have killed for a few years ago, we must have been in a depression when we took over.” View full PR
  4. The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – White House Press Secretary Sarah Dunlap talked about the economy at a press briefing. “The White House isn’t responsible for setting the prices of cars or baseball caps or washing machines or any other good on the market. This isn’t the Soviet Union. We don’t have that kind of power. So when media outlets and political opponents talk about how our economic policies are raising prices, it’s incredibly dishonest. The businesses selling the goods are the ones raising the prices. We didn’t tell a foreign automaker or a car dealership to raise the price of a car by $5000 – nor did we tell consumers to pay more for foreign cars instead of buying American cars. What our policies have done, however, is protect thousands of American jobs and create thousands more in key industries. Let me tell you another thing this administration did – we increased the pay of middle class households by 5 to 10 percent. How they choose to spend that money is up to them. If they’re willing to pay more for foreign goods, that’s their decision. “When the stock market was at nearly 28000, I don’t think anyone really thought it was going to continue at that level. Anyone with any knowledge of this stuff would know it was overvalued, so again to accuse the administration of hammering the stock market is also incredibly dishonest. The overvalued market was bound to drop at some point no matter what. That being said, the market is still 3000 points higher than it was when this administration took office and the economy is growing at double the rate it was at that time. So if we’re allegedly heading into a recession based on numbers that most people would have killed for a few years ago, we must have been in a depression when we took over.”
  5. Audrey Van Horn Macmillan/Van Horn ‘20 For Immediate Release Irvine, CA – At a campaign rally in her home state, Republican Vice Presidential Nominee Audrey Van Horn (R-CA) discredited Calvin Ward’s economic agenda. “Calvin Ward’s economic agenda would be an unmitigated disaster for our country. His plan to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour would alone be enough to devastate the economy. The CBO estimated that raising the minimum wage to even just $10.10 an hour would have damaging effects on our economy. They estimated that such a policy change would eliminate 500,000 jobs from the economy. Economists at the Manhattan Institute combined the CBO’s methodology and baselines with those of other leading economists to predict the effects of a $15 per hour minimum wage. The results are startling. They estimated that somewhere between 3.3 million and 16.8 million jobs would be lost in the near future. “Ward’s plan gets even worse. He wants to force employees to work overtime before their employer is allowed to hire another worker. This is such an unorthodox proposal that we don’t have any studies yet on its impact, but I don’t think it’s a stretch to imagine a few more million jobs lost as a result of what would be an unprecedented government overreach into the private sector. “Compare Ward’s poor economic agenda to the pro-growth, America First agenda enacted by President Fitzgerald and Speaker Macmillan that has resulted in an economy that is growing at double the rate it was when Obama left office. When Republicans enacted regulatory relief, Calvin Ward voted against it. When Republicans enacted a $1.5 trillion investment in American jobs, Calvin Ward voted against it. And when Republicans enacted tax cuts that gave middle class households a 5 to 10 percent increase in take home pay, Calvin Ward voted against it. Calvin Ward has absolutely no economic credibility, and his ideas are radical and dangerous. If elected president, Calvin Ward will take a temporary course correction in the markets and turn it into another recession – or worse.” View full PR
  6. Macmillan/Van Horn ‘20 For Immediate Release Irvine, CA – At a campaign rally in her home state, Republican Vice Presidential Nominee Audrey Van Horn (R-CA) discredited Calvin Ward’s economic agenda. “Calvin Ward’s economic agenda would be an unmitigated disaster for our country. His plan to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour would alone be enough to devastate the economy. The CBO estimated that raising the minimum wage to even just $10.10 an hour would have damaging effects on our economy. They estimated that such a policy change would eliminate 500,000 jobs from the economy. Economists at the Manhattan Institute combined the CBO’s methodology and baselines with those of other leading economists to predict the effects of a $15 per hour minimum wage. The results are startling. They estimated that somewhere between 3.3 million and 16.8 million jobs would be lost in the near future. “Ward’s plan gets even worse. He wants to force employees to work overtime before their employer is allowed to hire another worker. This is such an unorthodox proposal that we don’t have any studies yet on its impact, but I don’t think it’s a stretch to imagine a few more million jobs lost as a result of what would be an unprecedented government overreach into the private sector. “Compare Ward’s poor economic agenda to the pro-growth, America First agenda enacted by President Fitzgerald and Speaker Macmillan that has resulted in an economy that is growing at double the rate it was when Obama left office. When Republicans enacted regulatory relief, Calvin Ward voted against it. When Republicans enacted a $1.5 trillion investment in American jobs, Calvin Ward voted against it. And when Republicans enacted tax cuts that gave middle class households a 5 to 10 percent increase in take home pay, Calvin Ward voted against it. Calvin Ward has absolutely no economic credibility, and his ideas are radical and dangerous. If elected president, Calvin Ward will take a temporary course correction in the markets and turn it into another recession – or worse.”
  7. TexAgRepublican

    President Touts Strong Economy

    Kyle Fitzgerald The White House For Immediate Release Clyde, OH – President Kyle Fitzgerald talked about the economy at a campaign rally in Ohio for Republican presidential nominee Dylan Macmillan. “Howdy! It’s great to be back here in the Buckeye State. I hold many great memories campaigning here back in 2016. The question that is always asked during presidential campaigns is a simple one: are you and your family better off than you were four years ago? The answer right now is clearly yes. Just look at the data. The stock market is 3,000 points higher than where it was when we took office. Our deficit is going to be less than half of what we inherited. GDP is growing at a rate double what it was when I took office. All of the economic indicators are much better than what we inherited. And the good news continues. Whirlpool just announced that they’re adding 200 jobs right here in Clyde because of the tariffs we put on washing machines. For a small town like this, 200 jobs is a big deal. And best of all, those 200 employees will be earning 5 to 10 percent more in take home pay thanks to the tax cuts we passed a couple years ago. Most of them probably won’t owe any income tax, actually. Look, maybe there are some foreign investors in Davos who don’t like the America First agenda we’re implementing. I don’t work for them. I work for you. Right now, the last thing we need is someone in the White House like Calvin Ward who will go back to the old ways of selling our country out to the highest bidder just because of a temporary course correction in the markets. Part of why the economy had become so stagnant four years ago is because of the misguided trade policies of prior administrations. We saw what NAFTA did to Ohio. Our country had been sold out for too long, and in 2016 I pledged to make it stop. I kept my word, and I won’t apologize for it.” View full PR
  8. TexAgRepublican

    President Touts Strong Economy

    The White House For Immediate Release Clyde, OH – President Kyle Fitzgerald talked about the economy at a campaign rally in Ohio for Republican presidential nominee Dylan Macmillan. “Howdy! It’s great to be back here in the Buckeye State. I hold many great memories campaigning here back in 2016. The question that is always asked during presidential campaigns is a simple one: are you and your family better off than you were four years ago? The answer right now is clearly yes. Just look at the data. The stock market is 3,000 points higher than where it was when we took office. Our deficit is going to be less than half of what we inherited. GDP is growing at a rate double what it was when I took office. All of the economic indicators are much better than what we inherited. And the good news continues. Whirlpool just announced that they’re adding 200 jobs right here in Clyde because of the tariffs we put on washing machines. For a small town like this, 200 jobs is a big deal. And best of all, those 200 employees will be earning 5 to 10 percent more in take home pay thanks to the tax cuts we passed a couple years ago. Most of them probably won’t owe any income tax, actually. Look, maybe there are some foreign investors in Davos who don’t like the America First agenda we’re implementing. I don’t work for them. I work for you. Right now, the last thing we need is someone in the White House like Calvin Ward who will go back to the old ways of selling our country out to the highest bidder just because of a temporary course correction in the markets. Part of why the economy had become so stagnant four years ago is because of the misguided trade policies of prior administrations. We saw what NAFTA did to Ohio. Our country had been sold out for too long, and in 2016 I pledged to make it stop. I kept my word, and I won’t apologize for it.”
  9. TexAgRepublican

    2020 Campaign

    Kyle Fitzgerald 1. Fundraiser in Texas (2 hours) 2. Fundraiser in Texas (2 hours) 3. Rally in Ohio for Macmillan targeting Business (1 hour) 4. Rally in Ohio for Macmillan targeting Moderate Conservatives (1 hour) 5. Rally in Ohio for Macmillan targeting Moderate Liberals (1 hour) 6. Rally in Pennsylvania for Macmillan targeting Moderate Conservatives (1 hour) 7. Rally in Pennsylvania for Macmillan targeting Moderate Liberals (1 hour) 8. Rally in Pennsylvania for Macmillan targeting Progressives (1 hour) 9. Positive Tier 1 TV Ad in Ohio for Macmillan targeting Moderate Conservatives (15 minutes) $10.8 million 10. Positive Tier 1 TV Ad in Ohio for Macmillan targeting Moderate Liberals (15 minutes) $10.8 million 11. Positive Tier 1 TV Ad in Vermont for Macmillan targeting Moderate Conservatives (15 minutes) $1.8 million 12. Positive Tier 1 TV Ad in Vermont for Macmillan targeting Moderate Liberals (15 minutes) $1.8 million 13. Positive Tier 1 TV Ad in Connecticut for Macmillan targeting Moderate Conservatives (15 minutes) $4.2 million 14. Negative Tier 1 TV Ad in Connecticut against Ward targeting Moderate Liberals (15 minutes) $4.2 million 15. Positive Tier 1 TV Ad in New Jersey for Macmillan targeting Business (15 minutes) $8.4 million 16. Negative Tier 1 TV Ad in New Jersey against Ward targeting Moderate Liberals (15 minutes) $16.8 million Total spending $50.4 million Play for Macmillan - A family member gives a successful interview. (+10 Name Recognition)
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    2020 Campaign

    Audrey Van Horn 1. Fundraiser in California (2 hours) 2. Fundraiser in California (2 hours) 3. Rally in California for Macmillan targeting Nationalists (1 hour) 4. Rally in California for Macmillan targeting Evangelicals (1 hour) 5. Rally in California for Macmillan targeting Business (1 hour) 6. Rally in California for Macmillan targeting Moderate Conservatives (1 hour) 7. Rally in California for Macmillan targeting Moderate Conservatives (1 hour) 8. Rally in California for Macmillan targeting Moderate Liberals (1 hour) 9. Rally in California for Macmillan targeting SJW (1 hour) 10. Rally in California for Macmillan targeting SJW (1 hour) 11. Rally in California for Macmillan targeting Progressives (1 hour) 12. Rally in California for Macmillan targeting Progressives (1 hour) 13. Rally in California for Macmillan targeting Globalists (1 hour) 14. Rally in California for Macmillan targeting Globalists (1 hour) You get a caffeine boost. (+2 hours) - Van Horn You get a caffeine boost. (+2 hours) - Van Horn
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    Mariana Vázquez (Republican)

    This was the best character ever.
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    Executive Orders

    Executive Order #21 Re: Washing Machine Tariffs (a) By the authority vested in me by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, I hereby order as follows: (b) All washing machine imports except for those from Canada shall be subject to the following tariff schedule: Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 First 1.2 million imported washers 20 percent 18 percent 16 percent All subsequent imported washers 50 percent 45 percent 40 percent Tariff of washer parts 50 percent 45 percent 40 percent (c) This order shall take effect immediately. /s/ Kyle Fitzgerald President of the United States
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    Executive Orders

    They go here.
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    What should I put tariffs on next?

    I think I'm gonna do washing machines actually.
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    What should I put tariffs on next?

    I figured I would make this interactive and give the players a chance to provide some input on what tariffs I should impose next.
  16. Kyle Fitzgerald The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald and House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines (R-TX) spoke at a signing ceremony for the Comprehensive Educational Reform Act, sponsored by Rep. Huffines. House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines: "I am pleased to announce what has been my main focus of this session of congress, the Comprehensive Educational Reform Act. This bill is the most ambitious reform of education in decades. Public school teachers will see an annual raise in pay of around $4300 instead of the less than $50 the Democrat bill proposed. We have allocated new funds of billions of dollars for high schoolers to earn free college credit, implementing vocational training in high schools, and training new vocational teachers. Unlike the Democrat plan we adequately funded the vocational plan in ours too. There is still so much more great the bill does such as funds armed security for schools, helps with cafeteria facilities and staff training, gives individuals with college debt forgiveness in exchange for voluntarily delaying social security benefits, and enacts a pilot program for the formerly incarcerated to go to college. The bill also gives school choice to all children of families at or below 150% of the poverty line to empower parents with lower financial means to have their child attend whatever school they see best suited to their child's educational needs and their personal work schedule. Lastly we've gotten the federal government permanently out of the way of education and have reverted control back to the state and local level. Common core is eliminated, federal testing requirements are eliminated, the federal government cannot dictate instructional content, academic standards, curriculum, accountability systems, or programs of instruction whatsoever. We have achieved so much with this bill and it will shape the lives of so many for generations to come. Every Democrat in Congress voted against this bill including Calvin Ward and Mike Solin. Against pay raises to teachers and funding to protect children's safety. They want to talk a good game on education but their records tell a different story. Speaker Dylan Macmillan was fundamental in the passing of this legislation and to keep education safe he needs everyone's vote in November." President Kyle Fitzgerald: “Our children are our county’s most valuable asset because they are our future. They deserve the best. This bill does so many things that needed to be done for our education system. It appropriates billions of dollars per year to provide America’s teachers with a substantial pay increase. It provides funding for school security – definitely on everyone’s minds after the tragic incident in Chicago. It provides much needed funding for food services – remember a lot of low-income families rely on the school system to help feed their children through the reduced and free school meal program. And it eliminates Common Core and other federal involvement in education. This is something we said we would do back in 2016. Education is fundamentally a local issue. Decisions should be made by local parents, educators, and school boards – not by the federal government. The bill also provides school choice for low-income children who could really benefit from it while not taking funds away from the public school pot of money. I have been a big supporter of this bill ever since Majority Leader Huffines first showed it to me, and I am very glad that it reached my desk before the end of the session.” View full PR
  17. The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald and House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines (R-TX) spoke at a signing ceremony for the Comprehensive Educational Reform Act, sponsored by Rep. Huffines. House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines: "I am pleased to announce what has been my main focus of this session of congress, the Comprehensive Educational Reform Act. This bill is the most ambitious reform of education in decades. Public school teachers will see an annual raise in pay of around $4300 instead of the less than $50 the Democrat bill proposed. We have allocated new funds of billions of dollars for high schoolers to earn free college credit, implementing vocational training in high schools, and training new vocational teachers. Unlike the Democrat plan we adequately funded the vocational plan in ours too. There is still so much more great the bill does such as funds armed security for schools, helps with cafeteria facilities and staff training, gives individuals with college debt forgiveness in exchange for voluntarily delaying social security benefits, and enacts a pilot program for the formerly incarcerated to go to college. The bill also gives school choice to all children of families at or below 150% of the poverty line to empower parents with lower financial means to have their child attend whatever school they see best suited to their child's educational needs and their personal work schedule. Lastly we've gotten the federal government permanently out of the way of education and have reverted control back to the state and local level. Common core is eliminated, federal testing requirements are eliminated, the federal government cannot dictate instructional content, academic standards, curriculum, accountability systems, or programs of instruction whatsoever. We have achieved so much with this bill and it will shape the lives of so many for generations to come. Every Democrat in Congress voted against this bill including Calvin Ward and Mike Solin. Against pay raises to teachers and funding to protect children's safety. They want to talk a good game on education but their records tell a different story. Speaker Dylan Macmillan was fundamental in the passing of this legislation and to keep education safe he needs everyone's vote in November." President Kyle Fitzgerald: “Our children are our county’s most valuable asset because they are our future. They deserve the best. This bill does so many things that needed to be done for our education system. It appropriates billions of dollars per year to provide America’s teachers with a substantial pay increase. It provides funding for school security – definitely on everyone’s minds after the tragic incident in Chicago. It provides much needed funding for food services – remember a lot of low-income families rely on the school system to help feed their children through the reduced and free school meal program. And it eliminates Common Core and other federal involvement in education. This is something we said we would do back in 2016. Education is fundamentally a local issue. Decisions should be made by local parents, educators, and school boards – not by the federal government. The bill also provides school choice for low-income children who could really benefit from it while not taking funds away from the public school pot of money. I have been a big supporter of this bill ever since Majority Leader Huffines first showed it to me, and I am very glad that it reached my desk before the end of the session.”
  18. Kyle Fitzgerald The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald and House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines (R-TX) spoke at a signing ceremony for the Fair Trade with China Enforcement Act, sponsored by Rep. Huffines. House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines: "China has shown itself to have a predatory effect on American technology and intellectual property. They also have engaged in unfair competitive practices with American industry. The Fair Trade with China Enforcement Act stands to address these harmful behaviors from China and puts American interests first again." President Kyle Fitzgerald: “Fair trade along with the protection of American industry and workers were major themes of our 2016 campaign. The passage of this bill is another step forward in achieving these goals. China has been committing unfair trade practices for far too long, and it’s time for them to stop. This bill takes a tough stand against Chinese IP theft and other unfair trade practices. I thank Majority Leader Huffines for putting America first.” View full PR
  19. The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald and House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines (R-TX) spoke at a signing ceremony for the Fair Trade with China Enforcement Act, sponsored by Rep. Huffines. House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines: "China has shown itself to have a predatory effect on American technology and intellectual property. They also have engaged in unfair competitive practices with American industry. The Fair Trade with China Enforcement Act stands to address these harmful behaviors from China and puts American interests first again." President Kyle Fitzgerald: “Fair trade along with the protection of American industry and workers were major themes of our 2016 campaign. The passage of this bill is another step forward in achieving these goals. China has been committing unfair trade practices for far too long, and it’s time for them to stop. This bill takes a tough stand against Chinese IP theft and other unfair trade practices. I thank Majority Leader Huffines for putting America first.”
  20. Kyle Fitzgerald The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald and House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines (R-TX) spoke at a signing ceremony for the Ending the Fentanyl Crisis Act, sponsored by Rep. Huffines. House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines: "Fentanyl is an incredibly dangerous drug that has been destroying communities across the country. With this bill we will greater punish those who traffic the drug to keep our streets safe again." President Kyle Fitzgerald: “From the moment we took office, our administration has made the opioid crisis a top priority. Our work continues with the passage of this bill. I thank Majority Leader Huffines for his leadership on this issue.” View full PR
  21. The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald and House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines (R-TX) spoke at a signing ceremony for the Ending the Fentanyl Crisis Act, sponsored by Rep. Huffines. House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines: "Fentanyl is an incredibly dangerous drug that has been destroying communities across the country. With this bill we will greater punish those who traffic the drug to keep our streets safe again." President Kyle Fitzgerald: “From the moment we took office, our administration has made the opioid crisis a top priority. Our work continues with the passage of this bill. I thank Majority Leader Huffines for his leadership on this issue.”
  22. Kyle Fitzgerald The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald and House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines (R-TX) spoke at a signing ceremony for the Military Pay Raise Act, sponsored by Rep. Huffines. House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines: "The pay of our servicemen and women has fallen behind the rise in inflation. This bill gives all those who serve a 3 percent pay raise to keep up with the rise in inflation. This is the largest one time pay raise of our military in American history and is well deserved for all they do for us." President Kyle Fitzgerald: “The Military Pay Raise Act gives our men and women in uniform a significant pay raise. After victories in Afghanistan and Syria, I would say this pay raise is well deserved. I thank Majority Leader Huffines for his commitment to America’s military.” View full PR
  23. The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald and House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines (R-TX) spoke at a signing ceremony for the Military Pay Raise Act, sponsored by Rep. Huffines. House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines: "The pay of our servicemen and women has fallen behind the rise in inflation. This bill gives all those who serve a 3 percent pay raise to keep up with the rise in inflation. This is the largest one time pay raise of our military in American history and is well deserved for all they do for us." President Kyle Fitzgerald: “The Military Pay Raise Act gives our men and women in uniform a significant pay raise. After victories in Afghanistan and Syria, I would say this pay raise is well deserved. I thank Majority Leader Huffines for his commitment to America’s military.”
  24. Kyle Fitzgerald The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald and House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines (R-TX) spoke at a signing ceremony for the VA Community Care Enhancement Act, sponsored by Rep. Huffines. House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines: "Many veterans are left without appropriate care because they don't live near VA health center. With the VA Community Care Enhancement Act our veterans will be able to receive care from an expanded number of medical facilities. This is especially needed for our veterans who live in rural areas without a VA health center. Our veterans health concerns will no longer be forgotten with this bill." President Kyle Fitzgerald: “Taking better care of our veterans was a major theme of our 2016 campaign, and this bill is yet another step forward to improved care for our veterans – especially those living in rural areas. I thank Majority Leader Huffines for his commitment to America’s veterans.” View full PR
  25. The White House For Immediate Release Washington, DC – President Kyle Fitzgerald and House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines (R-TX) spoke at a signing ceremony for the VA Community Care Enhancement Act, sponsored by Rep. Huffines. House Majority Leader Phillip Huffines: "Many veterans are left without appropriate care because they don't live near VA health center. With the VA Community Care Enhancement Act our veterans will be able to receive care from an expanded number of medical facilities. This is especially needed for our veterans who live in rural areas without a VA health center. Our veterans health concerns will no longer be forgotten with this bill." President Kyle Fitzgerald: “Taking better care of our veterans was a major theme of our 2016 campaign, and this bill is yet another step forward to improved care for our veterans – especially those living in rural areas. I thank Majority Leader Huffines for his commitment to America’s veterans.”
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