House Votes to Repeal 87,000 IRS Agent Funding

Part of the “Commitment to America” agenda. 

The House of Representatives voted to repeal part of the Inflation Reduction Act that provided funding to hire up to 87,000 new agents for the Internal Revenue Service.

The measure now moves to the Senate and, if passed, would need to be signed by President Biden. 

According to House Majority Leader Steve Scalise of Louisiana, the majority in the House will also move to pass legislation this week to establish a committee on the weaponization of federal government agencies against American citizens, end oil sales to China out of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, and hold “soft-on-crime” prosecutors accountable. 

As the Lord Leads, Pray with Us…

  • For wisdom for Speaker McCarthy as he sets the legislative agenda for the House of Representatives.
  • For House Majority Leader Scalise to head his party with discernment.
  • For the president and his administration as they address inflation and the economy.

Sources: Just The News, The Hill 


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