No Labels sees a Problem Solver as a leader who is both principled and pragmatic. They recognize that America's checks-and-balances system of government enables no party to run roughshod over the other and enact an agenda on its own. They know the only way to create durable change that improves people’s lives is to find common ground between our parties.
This afternoon, I co-hosted the @NoLabelsOrg Small Business Working Group Meeting where I led a discussion on policy solutions for small businesses as we continue to combat the lasting impacts of the pandemic on our small business owners and workers.
I just left a productive meeting at the White House with bipartisan @ProbSolveCaucus members to discuss how we can best address the priorities of the American people in Congress. I am looking forward to our continued work together.
Today, the leadership team from the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus met with White House senior officials to have a constructive dialogue about pressing issues facing our country — from infrastructure to immigration to mental health.
A productive meeting today at the White House to discuss how the @ProbSolveCaucus can help restore bipartisan cooperation and faith in government. We discussed infrastructure, immigration, police reform, and crucial mental health investments. A promising beginning. 🤞🏼🇺🇸