Driving Success

Main Street Members Have Passed Over 150 Bills to Address the Issues Facing American Families

Driving Success

Main Street Members Have Passed Over 150 Bills to Address the Issues Facing American Families

Almost every day on national news we hear the negative narrative that Congress is broken, partisanship is at an all time high, and our legislative body is failing to get anything done.  While we recognize the gridlock Congress faces, it is important to know that Main Street members have passed over 150 bills in the 115th Congress.

The Core Four Main Street Issues

4 issue areas that define our goals and our member's work to improve the lives of American families

Our members are leaders in working across the aisle to get results for their constituents and the nation as a whole. They have passed legislation to expand access to healthcare and mental health treatment, fight the opioid epidemic, keep our children safe at school, and create jobs to further grow our booming economy.

Healthcare


Expanding access to life-saving treatments, increasing funding for research, and delivering healthcare that puts patients first.

Safety & Security


Protecting our children in school, safeguarding our infrastructure, and defending the American homeland.

Immigration


Fixing our broken system to discourage illegal immigration, secure our borders, and build a system that fosters growth and economic expansion.

Education, Training & Jobs


Programs that get our veterans back into the workforce and give people access the tools and training they need to pursue the American dream

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Our Members

Click On Your State To See What Your Main Street Member Has Accomplished This Year

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150
BILLS

PASSED

Over 50 solutions to fight the opioid crisis!

By helping advance treatment, expand access to treatment for vulnerable populations, improve prevention, aid recovery and protect against synthetic drugs like fentanyl, the legislation passed will help protect our communities and those who are struggling with addiction. 

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