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Jobs & Economy
For Congresswoman Ellmers, the first step in fixing our economy is to do no harm. Any budget proposal needs to rein in spending now so that we stop borrowing 42 cents of every dollar we spend. This is ruinous for our future and history has shown it does not create jobs. Instead, we need to shrink the size of the federal government by eliminating and curtailing programs that can be more appropriately handled by the private sector so that government can concentrate on areas where federal action is appropriate, like national defense and home land security.
Congresswoman Ellmers believes that our budget needs to provide an economic model that spends within our means and seeks private sector solutions to build a strong economy. Our problems are not caused because we tax too little, they are caused because we spend too much.
October 27 2014
Congresswoman Renee Ellmers calls on President Obama to respond to bipartisan calls for travel restrictions due to Ebola...
October 16 2014
Ellmers Questions Witnesses in E&C Oversight Ebola Hearing...
May 22 2014
Congresswoman Ellmers spoke before the House floor to stress the necessity in preserving Pope Airfield's 440th Airlift Wing. This wing provides crucial support to the Airborne and Special Operation Forces located at Fort Bragg. The 440th offers the military accessibility, flexibility and certainty in their missions. Rep. Ellmers acknowledges how the president and Pentagon's decision to inactivate this unit will damage readiness of the nation's foremost rapid-deployment forces.
May 20 2014
In an Energy & Commerce Health Subcommittee hearing, Congresswoman Ellmers had the opportunity to learn more about &...
April 9 2014
Congresswoman Ellmers testified during a House Armed Services Committee (HASC) Hearing entitl...
November 14 2013
Congresswoman Ellmers takes to the floor to discuss an Asheboro constituent's most recent experience with Obamacare.
November 11 2013
November 7 2013
The president has said at least 29 times over the past 3 years that you can keep your current health insurance under Obamacare. When faced with daily news reports of millions receiving policy cancellation notices, the president has redefined his earlier statement by misstating what he said 29 times previously.