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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.
INDIANAPOLIS (Sept. 6, 2015) - Discussing everything from Iran to transportation funding, U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita appeared this week on FOX59 IN Focus.
At Shop Talk Tuesday night, presented by the Indiana Corn Growers Association and Indiana Soybean Alliance, 4th District Indiana Congressman Todd Rokita didn’t mince words when talking about the Environmental Protection Agency. The first event in the series was held at the Mike Beard farm near Frankfort. Rokita was one of the guest speakers and the first question from the audience concerned the EPA, whose workers triggered the release of a million gallons of wastewater into a Colorado river last week. Rokita is confident that Congress will hold hearings.
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.
A key GOP lawmaker says that kids going back to school this fall are unlikely to have tastier lunches because administration officials won't "roll back" strict nutritional standards. Indiana Rep. Todd Rokita (R) — chairman of a House Education subcommittee — tells The Hill's Molly K. Hooper that he doesn't "see any kind of rollback happening voluntarily" with regards to current regulations governing what kids eat on school cafeteria and how meals are prepared. Rokita explains that the current standards are "just too onerous for schools to comply...
Life is a precious gift from God that we have an obligation to protect from the moment of conception. As a father of two children I was shocked and disgusted by this video. The practice of intentionally ending an innocent human life is bad enough, but then to sell off the parts is beyond comprehension,” he said. “We cannot allow an organization that derives monetary benefit from the killing of innocent children to continue existing with the help of taxpayers. I join with Speaker Boehner in calling for an investigation and will work with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to stop these...
Congressman Todd Rokita went "behind the counter" of Casey's General Store in Brownsburg, IN to experience the community first-hand at the local convenience store.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita saw crop damage up close in one of the hardest hit areas — Jasper County.
Though the regulations are well-intended, Rep. Todd Rokita (R-Ind.), chair of the House Education and the Workforce Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary and Secondary Education, said states and schools are struggling.
"From firsthand experience, I can verify that despite the increased federal involvement in the school meals program, many students are still going to class hungry," said Rep. Todd Rokita, the Indianapolis Republican who called the hearing as head of a panel on the House Education and Workforce Committee.