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INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 6, 2015) - Discussing everything from Iran to transportation funding, U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita appeared this week on FOX59 IN Focus.
Wishing you a happy Labor Day weekend and discuss education and access to health care.
“I thank Chairman Kline for his work and leadership on the Education and the Workforce Committee. It has been an honor to serve with him on this committee during major policy debates affecting our education and workplace systems. He is a principled leader and has been instrumental in guiding the activity in this committee and in the House. He will be missed not only by his constituents in Minnesota, but his colleagues in Congress,” said Congressman Todd Rokita.
In this week's Rokita Report I summarize my activities in the District during August.
Reps. Todd Rokita of Indiana and Candice Miller of Michigan, both formerly in charge of overseeing election laws in their states, responded to remarks made on Aug. 6 by White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest about the upcoming congressional debate on the reauthorization of the 1965 Voting Rights Act.
I greatly respect and admire my friend for his service to Indiana and our country, and his commitment to his faith and family. I will greatly miss his leadership in the delegation.
Then the group had a brief meeting with Republican Congressman Todd Rokita, who is looking to build support for a vote on the Student Success Act — a bill that Rokita has co-authored.
Rokita Report 2-14-2015 - Fighting for Students, Raising Angelman Awareness, & More
Paul F. Caranci, Constituent Services Manager & Strategic Communications Advisor for Congressman Todd Rokita (IN04), has been awarded the Margaret Chase Smith American Democracy Award by the National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS).
Letter to Rep. Rokita applauding introduction of H.R. 511, the "Tribal Labor Sovereignty Act of 2015"
The Chamber thanks you and this bill’s cosponsors for your leadership on this important issue, and urges your colleagues to cosponsor it and work swiftly towards its passage.