House Republicans rolled out their fall agenda on Tuesday, with an emphasis on rebuilding the economy, investing in policing and providing resources to combat the coronavirus.
The Republicans accused Democrats of squandering their time in the majority as lawmakers begin their fall legislative push before the November election.
“Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats broke the promise they made two years ago. Americans are fed up with politicians who say one thing and do another. Instead of empty rhetoric, they deserve results,” Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, California Republican, said. “This is why we are announcing a Commitment to America.”
Republicans touted the country’s efforts in working on a vaccine while keeping a tough response on China’s role in the outbreak, offered solutions to spend billions on resources for police while emphasizing community policing, and their plans to aid businesses and restart the economy shuddered by the pandemic.
Meanwhile, they slammed Democrats for spending time on impeachment, saying they were too