Republican Study Committee – Wikipedia

The Republican Study Committee (RSC) is a caucus of 172 conservative members of the Republican Party in the United States House of Representatives. Though the primary functions of the Republican Study Committee vary from year to year, it has always pushed for significant cuts in non-defense spending, spearheaded efforts to pass free trade agreements, advocated socially conservative legislation, and supported the right to keep and bear arms. It has proposed an alternative budget every year since 1995. It has unveiled its plan to balance the budget without increasing income taxes.[citation needed] Its alternative budget proposals are regularly praised by the editors of National Review, a leading conservative journal of opinion. After over 10 years at RSC’s helm, Executive Director Paul Teller was fired in December 2013 for divulging member conversations.

[3]The Republican Study Committee (RSC) is a caucus of 172 conservative members of the Republican Party in the United States House of Representatives. Though the primary functions of the Republican Study Committee vary from year to year, it has always pushed for significant cuts in non-defense spending, spearheaded efforts to pass free trade agreements, advocated socially conservative legislation, and supported the right to keep and bear arms. It has proposed an alternative budget every year since 1995. It has unveiled its plan to balance the budget without increasing income taxes.[citation needed] Its alternative budget proposals are regularly praised by the editors of National Review, a leading conservative journal of opinion. After over 10 years at RSC’s helm, Executive Director Paul Teller was fired in December 2013 for divulging member conversations.[3]

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