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“I’m so pleased at the turnout,” Rokita said. “A hundred people or so are here — professionals all, and we’re getting a lot of good information already.”
I worked closely with Speaker Ryan when he chaired the Budget Committee to craft commonsense, conservative reforms that tackle the drivers of our debt and address our auto-pilot spending programs. I have continued to work with him on tax, regulatory, and healthcare reform.
"This is not a step toward serious entitlement reform, this is Washington cooking its books," said Rep. Rokita.
"Getting this reconciliation package to the President’s desk is a true step forward to correcting that lie and ending government-controlled health care in this country," Rep. Todd Rokita.
“The President’s veto reinforces that the President is not about leading our troops, but continuing to drive our country into the ground with unsustainable debt and an uncertain military future,” said Rep. Rokita.
"This reauthorization bill will continue to improve upon academic gains and positive student outcomes in the D.C. public education system,” said Rep. Rokita.
U.S. Representative Todd Rokita made it his mission to visit the people in the 4th District over the past week, scheduling stops in several cities and towns. He stopped in Frankfort on Monday to check in with constituents in Clinton County and to take questions from The Times news team. Coming back to Indiana helps him stay grounded, he said.
ROKITA HELPS LEAD COMMITTEE PASSAGE OF LANDMARK BUDGET BILL TO REDUCE HEALTHCARE COSTS AND REDUCE DEFICITS, DEBT
"This bill is an opportunity to bring meaningful health care reform to the President’s desk. This is the first step towards repealing and replacing the most fiscally reckless parts of Obamacare with patient-centered solutions that reduce the costs of health care and lower our debt. At the same time, we ensure that no tax-payer dollars are going towards organizations that cut up babies and sell their body parts," said Rep. Rokita.