Committee aims to develop ‘consensus conservative agenda that all Republicans can rally around’
By Marisa Schultz
In a post-President Trump-era, Rep. Jim Banks is trying to rally the GOP around a new agenda that embraces popular Trump stances with a return to conservative fiscal responsibility.
As the new chairman of the Republican Study Committee (RSC), the largest group of House conservatives, Banks is leading the effort to define the future GOP and unite the party around a set of principles that will resonate with the base beyond Trump’s exit from the White House.
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