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March 28, 2018

For Immediate Release | Contact: Sarah (Rozier) Flaim (202) 226-2467

ICYMI: “We’ve got an opportunity to put some pro-growth measures in that are bipartisan and the Senate ought to work with us.”

WASHINGTON – House Financial Services Committee Chairman Jeb Hensarling (R-TX) again renewed his calls for the Senate to negotiate with the House on a “bucket of bipartisan bills” it has passed over the last several months.

Appearing on CNBC’s Squawk Box Wednesday morning, Hensarling said, “We have called on the Senate to negotiate. Otherwise, the bill that the Senate passed – which is sitting on the Speaker’s desk – is going to remain on the Speaker’s desk until and unless the Senate negotiates. We are trying to negotiate in good faith. They have to give us some reason –you know, Maxine Waters voted for roughly half the bills we’re trying to negotiate with the Senate….so somebody needs to explain to me why they can’t accept this legislation.”

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