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Rep. Todd Rokita (IN), a member of the House Budget Committee, voiced his support for Budget Chairman Paul Ryan's announcement of a spending caps for the remainder of Fiscal Year 2011. As part of a historic GOP Freshman Class, Rep. Rokita has already voted to cut spending in unprecedented ways. Those votes include cutting $2.6 trillion by repealing ObamaCare, rolling spending back to 2008 levels, cutting Congressional office budgets by 5% and saving taxpayers $617 million by ending public funding of Presidential campaigns and elections -- and there is more where that came from. Rokita released the following statement:
Rokita Assigned to Oversight, Elections, Workforce Protection and Health Employment, Labor and Pension Subcommittees
Rep. Todd Rokita (R-IN) was assigned to serve on four sub-committees this week under his membership in the Education and the Workforce and House Administration Committees.
Representative Todd Rokita (R-IN) released the following statement in support of repealing and replacing the Democrats’ costly new health care law:
U.S. Representative Todd Rokita (R-IN) honored the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. today with the following statement:
Rep. Todd Rokita (R-IN) today voted to cut Congressional office budgets, including his own, by 5% and save taxpayers $35 million in the next two years. Being sworn-in less than 24 hours ago, the resolution is a small but immediate example of Todd’s commitment to restoring the nation’s fiscal house as the first order of business. Rokita issued the following statement:
United States House of Representatives is scheduled to conduct the first votes of the 112th Congress on January 5th, 2011 at Noon.