The group will have a presence in Washington and in Wisconsin and intends to focus on the issues of expanding economic opportunity, combating poverty and promoting “evidence-based” policy solutions…
Next month, Mr. Ryan will get back in the mix as Washington political heavyweights gather for the 10th-anniversary celebration of the Jack Kemp Foundation. The late-Rep. Jack Kemp was a mentor to Mr. Ryan, who served as an aide to Mr. Kemp before entering Congress himself.
Several Washington Republicans already have begun cheering Mr. Ryan’s return to the fray. “Issues like upward mobility, expanding opportunity, combating poverty, and championing freedom have always been top priorities for Speaker Ryan, and it’s great news for the country that he’s going to continue offering his unique and aspirational voice to the causes he’s most passionate about,” said a senior Republican operative in Washington. “As conservatives, we should all be grateful that even though he’s no longer an elected official, he’ll be a leader on these issues and upholding our movement’s ideals.”
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