Have a Real Impact in 2017
Your vote today will guide Heritage and the Donald Trump administration so they know which issue to prioritize this year.
Heritage Foundation experts have identified three priorities that the new administration and Congress should tackle right away. Now we need your input on which of these three is most important. Cast your vote below to ensure that you are heard. We will use your vote and support to educate political leaders on the conservative principles important to you.
Appointing Conservative Judges to the Supreme Court
For the last eight years, liberals have been stacking the federal courts with radical liberal judges — judges who take it upon themselves to create laws rather than interpret them. The Heritage Foundation has given Donald Trump a list of conservatives who could be appointed to the Supreme Court. And we will continue to educate lawmakers about the importance of only confirming judges who will uphold the Constitution.
The Heritage Foundation will work with conservatives in Congress and the new administration to make repealing Obamacare a top priority. Heritage has led the fight on Obamacare since day one, and we are arming lawmakers with the tools they need to get this terrible law off the books—and replace it with a health plan based on the principles of free enterprise.
Securing the Border
Congress and the President must ensure that immigration policy serves our national security by securing our borders and other points of entry. Immigration laws must be enforced consistent with the rule of law, and amnesty must be rejected. Moreover, legal immigration must be consistent with national security and strengthen citizenship.
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