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Oct 10, 2017

It's Time to Stop the War on Coal

President Trump is working to stop the EPA from hurting the American people while protecting our environment.

Apr 13, 2017

4-13-2017 Rokita Report

District Energy Update: New Solar Farm in Kokomo

Jun 10, 2016

6-10-2016 Rokita Report

Welcoming Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and Chairing a Hearing on Budget Reforms

Dec 18, 2015

ROKITA VOTES FOR PACKAGE THAT PROTECTS HOOSIER MEDICAL DEVICE INDUSTRY, FARMERS, AND BUSINESSES

“This package is a good step forward to locking in conservative reforms that will help put this country back on the right track. It is important going into next year that the Senate do their job and pass critical appropriations bills on time,” added Rokita.

Sep 24, 2015

ROKITA STATEMENT ON POPE FRANCIS’S HISTORIC VISIT

"Free Enterprise is the Engine of Moral Justice"

Jun 25, 2015

Release - ROKITA STANDS WITH GOVERNOR PENCE TO FIGHT FOR HOOSIER ENERGY

I agree with Governor Pence that the EPA should significantly revise this rule and will continue to fight in Congress to eliminate overreaching government regulations that threaten Hoosier jobs and the state of Indiana.

Jun 25, 2015

06-25-2015 Rokita Report

Fighting for Conservative Change

Jan 9, 2015

ROKITA HELPS SECURE PASSAGE OF STRONG, PRO-ENERGY KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE BILL

Today, Rep. Todd Rokita, as a new member of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, helped secure passage of the committee’s flagship, bi-partisan legislation to approve construction of the Keystone XL pipeline.

Nov 22, 2014

D.C. bipartisanship benefits children

The House passed the legislation on a voice vote in September; the Senate approved it by a 88-1 vote on Tuesday; and Obama, surrounded by Republican and Democratic lawmakers, signed it on Wednesday.

Nov 3, 2014

Rokita to EPA: Abandon Harmful Farm Regulations

Representative Todd Rokita is again leading the charge to stand up for Hoosier Farmers. Today, the Congressman called on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to abandon its “Navigable Waterways” rule, which could potentially allow the agency to regulate Hoosiers’ puddles and front yards.

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