House Republican leaders were quick to the draw Wednesday afternoon with a show of support for the economic stimulus initiative taken by their conservative colleagues earlier in the day. The plan offered by leaders of the Republican Study Committee (RSC), over 100 members strong, includes more tax cuts for individuals and less government created jobs.

Members of the conservative RSC have had a testy relationship with their leaders in the past, but Minority Leader John BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerLobbying World Freedom Caucus wants budget reforms attached to debt limit increase Trey Gowdy announces retirement from Congress MORE (R-Ohio) and his deputy, Eric CantorEric Ivan Cantor'Release the memo' — let's stop pretending that Democrats are the defenders of the FBI Raúl Labrador, a model for Hispanic politicians reaching higher Eric Cantor: Moore ‘deserves to lose’ MORE (R-Va.), sent out press statements within two hours of the RSC's official roll out.