WASHINGTON - Today, February 25, 2020, the Problem Solvers Caucus formally endorsed the bipartisan Seeding Rural Resilience Act, which will improve mental health care and stress management in rural communities.
WASHINGTON - Today, February 11, 2020, the Problem Solvers Caucus praised the House passage H.R. 1980, the Smithsonian Women’s History Museum Act.
WASHINGTON - Today, February 5, 2020, the Problem Solvers Caucus praised its colleagues and fellow Caucus Members Rep. Xochitl Torres-Small (D-NM), Rep. Tom Reed (R-NY) and Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA), on the Consensus Calendar win with passage of their bill, H.R. 2382, the USPS Fairness Act. The bill was also introduced by Rep. Peter DeFazio (D-OR).
WASHINGTON - Tonight, Problem Solvers Caucus Co-Chairs Congressman Tom Reed (NY-23) and Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5), issued the following statement ahead of the President’s State of the Union address:
WASHINGTON - Today, the Problem Solvers Caucus formally endorsed the bipartisan Puppies Assisting Wounded Servicemembers (PAWS) for Veterans Therapy Act, to help connect veterans with service dogs in their communities.
WASHINGTON, DC - Today, Congressmen Tom Reed (NY-23) and Josh Gottheimer (NJ-05), Co-Chairs of the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus, released the following statement announcing a new bipartisan working group tasked with developing legislative recommendations aimed at clarifying Congress’s war power Constitutional responsibilities.
WASHINGTON – Today, December 20, 2019, the Problem Solvers Caucus announced the endorsement of H.R. 2382, the USPS Fairness Act; H.R. 1869, the Restoring Investment in Improvements Act; H.R. 1175, the Craft Beverage Modernization and Tax Reform Act; and H.R. 943, the Never Again Education Act.
Today, December 19, 2019, Members of the Problem Solvers Caucus applaud the efforts of the White House and Congressional Leadership on the House passage of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA).
WASHINGTON - Today, December 17, 2019, the Problem Solvers Caucus praised the House repeal of the excessive health care "Cadillac Tax" in the House-passed appropriations package. Without this repeal, health care costs would have increased for one in five Americans beginning next year.