Congress should work to get our current debt explosion under control by reining in discretionary and mandatory spending. Before even considering increasing the gas tax on working families, Congress should implement significant spending and regulatory reforms to ensure existing funding is applied to the highest priority and cost drivers are contained. Congress should preserve the reforms of the TCJA so that individuals and families can save more, prepare for the future, and thrive in a rapidly evolving economy and businesses remain globally competitive. It can do this by making individual provisions permanent, protecting corporate rate reductions and standing against additional complexities, like tax extenders, in the code. Congress should begin a new round of the Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) process to make our military more effective and efficient.