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Rep. Todd Rokita released this statement following former Indiana Senator Dan Coats being sworn in as Director of National Intelligence.
The American Health Care Act is the first step in that process, and I am proud of the work done by the Budget Committee today to discuss and advance it. Our proposal empowers patients and doctors by providing lower costs and more choices, and I look forward to continuing my efforts to repeal and replace ObamaCare as this bill moves forward.
Congressman Todd Rokita, Vice Chairman of the House Budget Committee, released this statement following a meeting with Vice President Mike Pence to discuss and work on the American Health Care Reform Act.
Today, Representative Todd Rokita (R-IN), along with Representatives Gene Green (D-TX) and Martha Roby (R-AL), re-introduced H.R. 1444, the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Act. The VPP Act is legislation to make permanent a key voluntary workplace safety program. This is the second consecutive Congress in which Rep. Rokita, Rep. Green, and Rep. Roby have introduced this bipartisan legislation.
Congressman Todd Rokita, Vice Chairman of the House Budget Committee, released this statement following a meeting with President Donald Trump to discuss and work on the budgetary aspects of proposed defense spending levels and the American Health Care Reform Act.
ROKITA RECEIVES AIRLINE OWNERS AND PILOTS ASSOCIATION’S TOP AWARD FOR LAWMAKERS
Rep. Rokita released the following statement in response to the recent attack on two Indian men in Kansas.
President Trump was sent to Washington to change business-as-usual, and tonight’s address laid out just how he is going to do that. His plans for education, tax reform, and healthcare show once again that he is focused on empowering the hardworking taxpayers of this country, not federal bureaucrats.
Rep. Rokita released the following statement outlining his expectations for President Trump’s first address to Congress.
Rep. Todd Rokita issued the following statement in regards to the Department of Homeland Security’s designation of state election systems as federally protected “critical infrastructure.”