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Wittman, Suburban Caucus Announce Legislative Platform

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Washington, D.C.  – Congressman Rob Wittman (VA-01), along with Representative Ann Wagner (R-MO), Chair of the House Suburban Caucus, and Co-Task Force Chairs Representatives French Hill (R-AR), Mariannette Miller-Meeks (R-IA), and Jackie Walorski (R-IN) this week announced the Suburban Caucus Legislative Platform.  The Suburban Caucus's mission is to formulate a federal policy agenda that positively affects the everyday lives of suburban America.

The Members said: “Inflation is at its highest level in 40 years, and skyrocketing prices are wreaking financial havoc on hard working American families.  The price of groceries, gas, prescriptions, and childcare make every day living a struggle for many Americans.  School systems across the country have been in the news for their inability to reopen, burdensome mask mandates and questionable curriculum.  Law enforcement officials are vilified, and no justice comes to criminals who openly smash and grab from small businesses.  The murder rate is at a 25-year high, and for the first time, we lost 100,000 Americans to overdoses in just one year.  All these things threaten our way of life and the future for the next generation. As Members of Congress who represent suburban communities, we advocate for common-sense policies that positively impact the quality of life while limiting government overreach and excessive spending.   Our constituents want what Americans have wanted for decades: good opportunities for their children, accessible and affordable healthcare, financial security, and stable and safe communities.”

Read the Members’ full op-ed in The Hill here and read the Legislative Platform here