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U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita introduces an amendment to the annual Financial Services and General Government spending legislation to rein in an out-of-control federal bureaucracy.
“My blood boils,” said the Indiana Republican, a parent himself, “when you gave an example of how a child can be delivered to a hotel room as easily as ordering a pizza. Protecting children has been and must remain a national priority.”
Congressman Todd Rokita (R-4th) visited Lafayette Friday for the latest in his "Congress On Your Corner’"series of town hall meetings.
To me, Old Glory is a striking symbol of our American exceptionalism. That exceptionalism says our republic, divinely inspired and made permanent by the Declaration of Independence and our Constitution, is the best vehicle ever devised for raising the condition of all men.
Rokita: “Obama Administration has no Business Forcing Family-Owned Employers to Violate their Moral and Religious Convictions”
U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita releases a statement commending the ruling by the Supreme Court in favor of Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. and Conestoga Wood Specialties Corp. in the case Burwell v. Hobby Lobby.
Munster native and U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita, R-Ind., issued a statement commending the decision. “Today’s ruling by the Supreme Court reaffirms our religious freedoms enshrined in the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution," he stated. "The Obama Administration has no business forcing family-owned employers to violate their moral and religious convictions through heavy-handed government mandates."
Rep. Todd Rokita participates in a House Republican Conference meeting to elect a new House Majority Leader, the 2nd highest position in House leadership.
Impeachment, the government shut-down, immigration reform and the national debt were on most people’s minds as they filled out question cards for U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita (R-4) Monday.
U.S. Rep Todd Rokita issues a statement in support of Indiana State Senate Majority Leader David Long, and other members of the Mount Vernon Assembly, in pursuing a state-led constitutional convention.
On June 10, 2014, the House Budget Committee held a hearing titled "A Progress Report on the War on Poverty: Reforming Federal Aid." Rep. Rokita questioned witnesses on best practice for poverty aid reforms and the role of minimum wage. Rep. Pascrell's questioning included for context. Contrary to Dem Budget Committee members' questions at the hearing, it was not about Wal-Mart. For more information on the hearing or to watch an archived webcast, visit the Budget Committee website here: http://budget.house.gov/hearingschedule2014/hearing6102014.htm