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Much has changed in the House GOP's first 100 days... here's what they've accomplished so far

In just 100 short days, the new House Republicans have passed 60 pieces of legislation, while 88 percent of them have bipartisan majorities.

Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., wrote in a tweet that the majority has worked hard to pass the Parents’ Bill of Rights, defund Biden’s 87,000 IRS agents, end the Covid-19 national emergency, pass the lowering energy costs act, block the radical D.C. pro-crime bill, and so much more to benefit our country.

See Chairwoman Elise Stefanik's tweet:

The end goal is to return the House to be the “People’s House” and reverse all the damage from Joe Biden and the Democrats' failed plans.

On day 100 of the new majority, Speaker Kevin McCarthy took the stage to announce, “Today is the 100-day mark of Republicans holding the majority in the House. And one thing is abundantly clear: The People’s House is a productive House again. We’ve hit the ground running and are delivering on our commitment to America. The numbers speak for themselves.”

McCarthy ended the speech with a hopeful phrase, “We will not rest until America’s economy is healthier, our country is stronger, and our children’s future is brighter.”

Watch the full video of Speaker Kevin McCarthy announcing the achievements of the Republican Commitment to America.

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