Entrepreneurs and innovation drive the U.S. economy, and small businesses provide most jobs. Rising wages and incomes, not federal entitlement programs, guarantee Americans' economic well-being. At least three percent economic growth should be the norm, requiring low taxes and regulations. My record on debt and spending is clear. Fiscally conservative organizations like the American Conservative Union and Heritage Foundation rank my votes to support small businesses, workers, and taxpayers among the most consistent in Congress.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Congressman Scott DesJarlais, M.D., voted for two bills this week to “break up the cozy relationship between special interests and Washington insiders,” he said.
LA VERGNE, TN – After a week touring military installations across Tennessee and Alabama, Congressman Scott DesJarlais, M.D., visited Feed the Children’s distribution center in La Vergne today. The international charity packs and ships food to needy families nationwide, as well as school supplies to teachers nearby.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Scott DesJarlais, M.D., a physician who ran for Congress on the promise to repeal Obamacare, expressed frustration, but also determination, after several Senate Republicans, who previously voted to repeal Obamacare in its entirety, helped Democrats to defeat their constituents’ wishes last night.
The conservative Freedom Caucus member issued the following statement, reiterating his pledge to Tennesseans, experiencing the worst of the former president’s failed health care law:
Congressman Scott DesJarlais, M.D. (TN-04) released the following statement related to the Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015 (H.R. 1314):
Representative Scott DesJarlais, M.D. (TN-04) released the following statement marking 1,200 days since Senate Democrats last adopted a budget:
“Tomorrow marks a disappointing and unprecedented 1,200 days since Senate Democrats have passed a budget as required by law. Not only has the Senate failed to pass a budget, they haven’t even produced a budget proposal to be voted on.
The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis released a report on Friday, showing that the United States’ Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has slowed to an annual rate of 1.5 percent vs. a 3.5 percent rate in 2010.
On Friday, July 27, 2012, the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis released a report showing that the United States’ Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has slowed to an annual rate of 1.5 percent vs. a 3.5 percent rate in 2010.