I joined my Republican colleagues as we introduced a Congressional Review Act resolution to officially strike down President Biden's unlawful vaccine mandate.
By Cong. Roger Williams
Texas Insider Report: WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Biden and Democrats continued their relentless push to advance their socialist agenda this week. President Biden's "Build Back Better" Act is nothing more than a liberal wish-list that will set our country up for unprecedented spending levels, bankrupt the economy, and fuel an already out-of-control inflation crisis.
This plan will:
- Give the IRS $80 billion for tax enforcement purposes and hire 87,000 new IRS agents.
- Grant mass amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants.
- Prolong labor shortages by eliminating work requirements.
- Extend SALT deductions to give wealthy Americans nearly $80,000 in tax breaks each year.
- Include $412 billion in taxes on small businesses, resulting in a top rate above 57%.
- Allow taxpayer dollars to fund abortions.
From Day 1 President Biden's Small Business Administration (SBA) has pushed policies that would raise taxes and crush competition on our Nation's small businesses. At this week's SBA hearing I brought my concerns that their proposals for higher taxes, vaccine mandates, and bigger government will shutter small businesses. You can hear my full remarks to Administrator Guzman by clicking on the photo below.
President Biden's Unconstitutional Vaccine Mandate
I joined my Republican colleagues as we introduced a Congressional Review Act resolution to officially strike down President Biden's unlawful vaccine mandate. This mandate will have dire consequences on America's businesses and workers, and I stand opposed to another step in the Biden Administration's socialist takeover.
Addressing the Homelessness Crisis
Many cities across the country, like Austin, Texas, have experienced out-of-control homelessness due to failed liberal policies. These policies highlight the failure of big government solutions to fix local problems.
You can read my op-ed on the failed Housing First experiment by clicking here or on the photo below.