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Boehner: ObamaCare is fundamentally flawed

  • December 3, 2013
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ObamaCare is more than a web site; it's a disastrous law that's raising costs, causing Americans to lose plans they like, and hurting our economy. That's why Republicans are continuing their push to protect all Americans from it's harmful effects. 

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Photo of the Day: Green and Light

  • April 2, 2014
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Our team of volunteers and staff is hard at work getting yard signs up, mail out, and ballots in -- just like we do for every election.  It's all about building a foundation for Republican victory up and down the ticket in November!  

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Ohio Right to Life PAC Endorses Boehner

  • March 12, 2014
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Ohio Right to Life has officially endorsed John Boehner for re-election in Ohio’s Eighth Congressional District. Additionally, Congressman Boehner received “Honor Roll” status for his “lifelong perseverance and support of the pro-life mission.”

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Boehner Column: Beyond the Farm Bill

  • March 12, 2014
  • News

KEY QUOTE: "[A]s I talked with dozens of our friends and neighbors at Farm Forum, many echoed the concerns I’ve heard during my recent stops throughout the district. People are tired of the ‘new normal’ under the Obama Economy."

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Boehner Column: We Can Become a Nation of Builders Once Again

  • February 19, 2014
  • News

KEY QUOTE: "The Obama administration’s disastrous policies are dragging on our economy, but I’m a big believer that America can, once again, become a nation of builders. And every time I’m home in Ohio, I am reminded of that potential."

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Boehner Column: The Key to Solving Joblessness is More Jobs

  • January 24, 2014
  • News

KEY QUOTE:  "Five years after the president took office, many Americans are still asking the question, ‘Where are the jobs?’  Wages are stagnant, and the middle class is getting squeezed. For every individual out of work, it is a personal crisis for them and their families."

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Happy New Year

  • December 31, 2013
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Every day, our campaign team relies on the support and hard work of hundreds of people from all walks of life.  Speaker Boehner recently sat down to film a brief message to thank volunteers – who do everything from licking stamps and stuffing envelopes to canvassing neighborhoods and manning fair booths – for making a difference.

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Boehner Column: The Senate Must Act to Help Create a Better Environment for Jobs

  • December 10, 2013
  • News

KEY QUOTE: "In all, the House has passed nearly 150 bills in 2013 that the Senate has failed to act on. Many of these are jobs bills – common-sense measures that would do things like reform and improve jobs training programs, increase production of American energy, rein in red tape, help schools recruit and keep the best teachers, protect Americans from the fundamentally-flawed ObamaCare law, and much more."

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Photo: Boehner files petitions for re-election

  • December 9, 2013
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Before heading to D.C. today to continue the fight on behalf of families and workers hurting under the president’s fundamentally flawed health care law, Speaker Boehner stopped by the Butler County Board of Elections to file petitions to seek re-election.

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Boehner: ObamaCare is fundamentally flawed

  • December 3, 2013
  • Blog

ObamaCare is more than a web site; it's a disastrous law that's raising costs, causing Americans to lose plans they like, and hurting our economy. That's why Republicans are continuing their push to protect all Americans from it's harmful effects. 

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"We All Put Our Heads Down on Our Desks And Prayed"

  • November 22, 2013
  • Blog

As the nation reflects on the assassination of President John F. Kennedy 50 years ago today, here's a short essay Speaker Boehner submitted to Life Magazine:

“I was sitting in my eighth-grade class at Sts. Peter & Paul School.  It was about two or two fifteen in the afternoon.  The teacher was Sister Mary Theresa.  There wasn’t any chaos really, just anxiety.  And we all put our heads down on our desks and prayed.

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