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Open Letter To President Donald J. Trump On Tariffs

The surest way to lose a trade war is to impose tariffs that drive up costs for U.S. manufacturers and agricultural producers, while diverting resources away from our most competitive companies. Tariff hikes on imports from China would have undermined your administration's efforts to cut taxes and regulations.

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Louisiana Lawmakers Should Avoid Tax Increases During the Special Session

Lawmakers should address spending reform to balance the budget rather than raise taxes on families.

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Congress Should Not Undermine The Pentagon’s Ability To Procure Spoons and Saucers

The Department of Defense should be free to buy the best-made products at the best prices.

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Additional Amendments to Defense Authorization Bill Made In Order

NTU urges Representatives to support amendments that could reduce wasteful spending and oppose back-door earmarks.

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Myths and Facts: Rescissions and the Children’s Health Insurance Program

There has been a lot of misunderstanding about the impact of the rescission package, especially regarding CHIP.

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NTU Urges Senators to Participate in Tomorrow's Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Oversight Hearing

Senate Banking Committee hearing presents an opportunity for answers to a number of taxpayer conerns surrounding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.

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Amendments to Defense Authorization Bill Offer Opportunity for Reform

Representatives should support amendments to H.R. 5515 that could reduce wasteful spending and protect taxpayers.

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