Expressed appreciation for RSC budget (Rep. Mark Walker)

RSC budget is cited in lead story for the SAFE newsletter, which we sent by "snail mail" to Reps. Mark Walker (Republican Study Committee), Diane Black (Budget Committee), and Paul Ryan (Speaker of the House). Read More...

Mega dittos re debt ceiling (Sen. Chris Coons)

Senator Coons probably wasn't influenced by SAFE's 6/29/17 letter, but he is doing what we suggested for a change. Read More...

Comprehensive, pro-growth tax reform

SAFE joins in coalition letter urging passage of comprehensive, pro-growth tax reform in 2017. Read More...

Action needed on fiscal problem

In brief, here are three suggestions to facilitate work on the fiscal problem: (1) Abolish the debt limit (which has become an irrelevant distraction); (2) Go nuclear (the Senate filibuster has outlived its usefulness); (3) Cancel the August recess so the members of Congress can catch up with their work. Read More...

Nix Medicare Part D "rebates"

SAFE joins in coalition letter opposing Medicare Part D "rebates" (effectively a tax on pharmaceutical companies), "raids" on existing entitlement programs to pay for increased spending on other programs, and price fixing. Read More...

Suggest f/up meeting with Sen. Carper

As was true last time, our goal would not be to “sell” any specific policy (policies). Rather, we would like to exchange ideas about reversing the government’s glide path to a fiscal meltdown.
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EPA inputs (John Greer)

Given the opportunity to comment on EPA regulations, SAFE urged reform of the proposed tightening of ground level ozone standards, withdrawal of the CO2 endangerment finding, and repeal of the Clean Power Plan. We also advocated US withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement. Read More...

Promote fiscal responsibility in infrastructure spending

SAFE joins in coalition letter of over 50 conservative groups suggesting ways to get more "bang for the buck" on infrastructure/transportation spending, 5/11/17.

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Confirm Gorsuch

SAFE joins 56 conservative groups in coalition letter urging prompt confirmation of Neil Grouch appointment to the Supreme Court, 3/23/17.




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Congressional Review Act

SAFE joins in coalition letter of over 50 conservative groups urging full use of the Congressional Review Act to rollback counterproductive regulations issued under the previous administration, 1/31/17. Read More...

New approach is needed to fix GovCare

Implementation of the Affordable Care Act has resulted in soaring healthcare premiums/deductibles and shrinking healthcare provider networks. Throwing more taxpayer money at the healthcare system or creating more government requirements is not the answer; the system needs to be greatly simplified with a shift of power from government bureaucrats to patients and their doctors. Read More...
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