Skip to content

RSC to Meet About Party’s Future

Republican Study Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (Texas) has called a special meeting of House conservatives next week, as the GOP continues to take stock of where the party is headed following a string of special election losses. Hensarling and his RSC colleagues are set to meet 11:30 a.m. Tuesday to discuss “how best to go forward and define House Republicans,” according to a letter sent to RSC members on Friday. “All RSC Members are asked to attend this important conference, and if needed, make plans to fly in the night before in order to be there,” Hensarling wrote. “The RSC will present ideas for a Conference action plan.” This week Minority Leader John Boehner (Ohio) and his fellow GOP leaders rolled out an agenda blueprint titled “Change You Deserve,” as they also acknowledged they must do a better job of communicating their message to voters. —Lauren W. Whittington

Recent Stories

Total eclipse of the Hart (and Russell buildings) — Congressional Hits and Misses

House plans to send Mayorkas impeachment articles to Senate on Tuesday

Harris sticks with Agriculture spending, Amodei likely to head DHS panel

Editor’s Note: What passes for normal in Congress

House approves surveillance authority reauthorization bill

White House rattles its saber with warnings to Iran, China about attacking US allies