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for everybody after a promising started house speaker last year cap by and no drama budget deal Paul Ryan looking for an encore in twenty sixteen by thinking big ang goals from scrapping the tax code to rein in prison time for light offenders so our number one goal , for next year is to put together a , alternative to the , we want to see progress and we want to have pride , we want people to believe in our future again , congressional correspondent Susan Cornwell I think Brian first of All I Want to make Congress works better when he's back work better than it has worked in recent years where they're always up against deadlines and trying to get things passed at the last minute Ryan says criminal justice reform of the play piano Obama can do business he picked it is an area in which there are some Republicans agreeing with Democrats you've heard this for a long time to kind of expensive especially for nonviolent drug offenders are just too many to count , and they keep people in jail for way too long , that's something that Republicans would want to , Ryan could endorsed a bipartisan reform plan in the Senate or propose one of his own , next up ogle close to Ryan's wonky heart tax reform we have a tax code that none of us can understand anything that he gave recent , pay rates through just about the highest in the world of course Washington lord says nothing ever gets done in a major election year Iranians need to prove himself coupled with Obama's final year locked for a legacy could make twenty sixteen the exception