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Rep. Todd Rokita issued this statement regarding President Trump’s recent executive order on immigration.
Rep. Todd Rokita, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education re-introduced the Creating Hope and Opportunities for Individuals and Communities through Education (CHOICE) Act today to coincide with National School Choice Week. Rep. Rokita issued this statement following the re-introduction.
Rep. Todd Rokita issued this statement following the swearing in of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States of America.
Yesterday, Rep. Todd Rokita and Rep. Virginia Foxx issued the following statement after the Department of Education withdrew its proposed “supplement, not supplant” regulation. Rep. Rokita is the Chairman of the Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Education Subcommittee and Rep. Foxx is the Chairwoman of the Education and the Workforce Committee. The Department of Education’s proposed rule would have changed the longstanding requirement that federal funds supplement—not supplant—state and local funds, in stark contrast to the written intent of the Every Student Succeeds Act. Red Tape Rollback is Rep. Rokita’s signature regulatory reform program, which to date has secured over 60 victories on behalf of Hoosiers.
Obamacare proved once again that doubling down on federal government-run healthcare will not solve the healthcare problems we face. That is why we will never strengthen and sustain Medicaid as long as the federal government oversees the program and dictates coverage.
Today, Rep. Todd Rokita issued this statement following the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) announcement of the updated third class medical reform rule.
Rep. Todd Rokita issued the following statement today after the House of Representatives stood against the recent U.N. vote condemning Israeli settlements in the West Bank.
Rep. Todd Rokita released this statement following President-elect Donald Trump’s selection of former Senator Dan Coats to serve as Director of National Intelligence.
The UN should work to keep peace and develop friendly relations among the nations of the world, not to defame and bully Israel. It is a welcome sign that this resolution has been pulled.
The Thank You Tour included stops in 16 cities, covering over 626 miles of travel within Indiana’s Fourth Congressional District. At each stop, Rep. Rokita met with voters and taxpayers to take their questions and thanked them for the opportunity to continue representing them in the U.S. House of Representatives.