The framework will help American students, families, small businesses, workers, and health care providers during this crisis.
The Problem Solvers broke the gridlock on the latest COVID-19 relief package, encouraging negotiators to get back to the table.
Recently, the Problem Solvers Caucus returned to Congress “virtually” – holding the first Floor debate via video conference in the history of the U.S. House of Representatives. The virtual Congressional debate focused on state and local funding and demonstrated ways Congress can function during the current COVID-19 emergency.
The Problem Solvers Caucus has come up with a bipartisan checklist of public health benchmarks for getting the economy started again and policies to help with the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Members of the Problem Solvers Caucus, a group of 50 members evenly divided between the parties, highlighted its focus on solving our country’s toughest challenges in a bipartisan, unifying way by wearing purple and sitting together in a bipartisan group during the annual State of the Union address.
Welcome from the Co-Chairs
On behalf of the Problem Solvers Caucus’ members, we welcome you to our official website. We are all tired of the obstructionism in Washington where partisan politics is too often prioritized over governing and what is best for the country. This is why the Problem Solvers Caucus was formed, and why we are on a mission to change the culture of D.C. We are a bipartisan group of Members of Congress organized to get to "yes" to help solve some of our country’s most pressing challenges. Every week we are in Washington, you will find Problem Solvers, proud Democrats and Republicans, seated together around a table, debating, listening, and working together to help solve these issues.
WASHINGTON, DC — Today, Wednesday, December 2, 2020, Problem Solvers Caucus Co-Chairs Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) and Tom Reed (NY-23) released the following statement:
WASHINGTON - Today, Tuesday, December 1, 2020, the Problem Solvers Caucus and a bipartisan group of Senators announced a four-month bipartisan, bicameral COVID-19 emergency relief framework that will help American students, families, small businesses, workers, and health care providers during this crisis.
WASHINGTON, DC — Yesterday, Problem Solvers Caucus Co-Chairs Congressman Tom Reed and Congressman Josh Gottheimer, along with 26 of their colleagues within the bipartisan Problem Solvers Caucus, sent a letter to Congressional leadership and President Trump urging both sides to work together to get a bipartisan COVID-19 relief deal across the finish line as soon as possible.