Press Releases

August 1

Rokita Votes Against Debt Ceiling Increase

Rep. Todd Rokita voted against the Budget Control Act of 2011 because it fails to implement the long-term permanent and structural reforms necessary to put the nation back on a fiscally sustainable trajectory.

July 30

Reid Plan Fails to Address Debt Crisis

Today Rep. Todd Rokita voted against the Reid plan because it fails to address the debt crisis.

July 30

Rokita: Boehner plan now a solution that gives Americans a vote on their future

Today Rep. Todd Rokita praised the revised Boehner plan for forcing Congress to send a balanced budget amendment to the states for ratification, giving Americans a chance to vote for their future:

July 27

Another Red Tape Rollback Victory

On Tuesday the Environmental Protection Agency retreated from a burdensome, job-destroying anti-smog regulation.

July 27

Happy Debt Day America!

Today, Rep. Todd Rokita marked the figurative Debt Day under President Obama’s budget.

July 25

Rokita Votes to Cut House of Representatives’ Budget

On Friday Rep. Todd Rokita voted to cut his budget and the budget of the House of Representatives by 6.4 percent for 2012. In January, Rokita voted to cut the House’s budget by 5 percent.

July 22

Rokita: The Fight for Cut, Cap and Balance Has Only Begun

Today Rep. Todd Rokita released this statement in response to the Senate voting to table Cut, Cap and Balance.

July 19

Rokita Applauds Passage of Cut, Cap and Balance

Today Rep. Todd Rokita applauded the passage of legislation he co-authored, the Cut, Cap and Balance Act of 2011, and encouraged President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to support this landmark legislation.

July 15

House to Vote on Cut, Cap and Balance Act of 2011

Today it was announced that the Cut, Cap and Balance Act of 2011, of which Rep. Todd Rokita is a co-author, will be considered in the House of Representatives on Tuesday.

July 13

Rokita Votes for Consumer Choice, Against Light Bulb Mandates

Rep. Todd Rokita voted for the Better Use of Light Bulbs Act, legislation to repeal the government imposed ban on traditional incandescent light bulbs scheduled to begin in 2012.