America should be the most competitive place in the world to do business. Combining the ingenuity of our American workforce with a smaller regulatory burden will allow U.S. manufacturing to compete with any nation in the world. We need open markets that encourage companies from all over the world to do business in the United States and allow American companies to sell their goods across the globe.
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WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Drew Ferguson (R-Ga.) today joined Committee on Ways and Means Chairman Kevin Brady (R-Texas), Congressman Dave Reichert (R-Was.) and 104 other congressmen in a letter to President Donald Trump expressing their “deep concern about the prospect of broad, global tariffs on aluminum and steel imports.”
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Drew Ferguson (R-Ga.) today voted for the Financial CHOICE Act. This legislation would cut the regulatory burden imposed by Dodd-Frank.
“After the 2008 global financial crisis, our state experienced more bank failures than anywhere else in the nation,” said Ferguson. “Instead of creating stability and incentivizing much-needed economic growth, Dodd-Frank only continued to harm our banks and Main Street economy. It is high time for Congress to correct the mistakes of Dodd-Frank.”
A few provisions of this bill would: