WASHINGTON – The Republican Study Committee (RSC) announced that Congressman French Hill (AR-02) will serve as a member of its Steering Committee for the 115th Congress. RSC Steering Committee provides guidance to the Chairman and helps set the policy agenda for one of Congress’s oldest Conservative Caucuses.
“We have a unique opportunity in the 115th Congress to do more than simply make an argument – we have the opportunity to make a positive, lasting difference in all of our communities. I am proud to officially announce the members of the RSC Steering Committee,” said RSC Chairman Mark Walker. “This diverse group of conservatives is united by their commitment to advancing pro-active policies with a genuine approach and a strong voice that addresses the challenges facing our nation. With a sense of urgency, I am privileged to work with these professionals dedicated to serving the American people.”
Congressman Hill is in his second term as a member of RSC and has cosponsored RSC’s plan to repeal and replace Obamacare with a proposal that would increase and expand access to insurance, spur competition, and encourage innovation, representing an important step forward toward real, patient-centered health care reforms.
“RSC remains one of the most influential groups in Congress, and it’s our responsibility to be a voice for good, conservative policies that will change the culture in Washington and help grow the economy throughout the entire country,” said Congressman Hill. “I am excited to be a member of the Steering Committee as we begin crafting policy that matches the expectations that the American people have for their government.”