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House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Friday is detailing his “Commitment to America” agenda, including policies to combat inflation, illegal immigration and only allowing women to participate in women’s sports during a press event in Monongahela, Pennsylvania.
McCarthy, R-Calif., has teased the agenda for months as pledge that can help them take back the House majority and a blueprint for governing in 2023. The agenda includes a slate of general policy recommendations in four broad categories: “An Economy That’s Strong;” “A Nation That’s Safe;” “A Future That’s Built on Freedom;” and “A Government That’s Accountable.”
The agenda follows the playbook of the “Contract With America” that helped former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., win a GOP majority in the 1990s. Gingrich will attend a meeting Thursday with Republicans as they roll out the agenda.
McCarthy sat down with GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik and GOP Whip Steve Scalise on “Fox and Friends” Friday morning in Washington County, Pennsylvania, for breakfast with Americans to preview the commitment and share their message to voters ahead of the midterms.
The GOP leader said the