- December 3, 2013
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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- July 24, 2013
KEY QUOTE: "This law has to go. It’s already costing jobs, forcing people off plans that they like, and driving up premiums."
- July 7, 2013
- June 27, 2013
- June 23, 2013
- May 14, 2013
KEY QUOTE: “[W]hether it’s making our tax code simpler and fairer; expanding American energy production; reining in red tape; or repealing the president’s health care law that’s hurting small business, creating a better environment for jobs has been and will remain our top focus.”
- April 19, 2013
KEY QUOTE: "These are trying times, but we are grateful for the opportunity to live in a country whose people always look out for each other. Stories of the bravery and kindness of first responders, marathon runners, and residents of Boston – including a former New England Patriots lineman – remind us that Americans are at their best in times of tragedy."
- April 16, 2013
- April 11, 2013
KEY QUOTE: "With millions of American families struggling in this weak economy, I had hoped that President Obama would use this opportunity -- like President Clinton did -- to work across the aisle and balance the budget. Sadly, media reports indicate the president’s budget will not balance. Ever."
- March 28, 2013
KEY QUOTE: "In contrast to what the White House and Democrats in Congress are saying, I know – and I hear this from constituents every day – that government spending is the problem. Our deficits and debt are crowding out private investment and acting like a wet blanket on our economy.
- March 22, 2013
According to the Associated Press, Ohio veterans wait an average of 334 days for the Department of Veterans Affairs to process their benefit claims. CNN yesterday highlighted this growing backlog that Congressman Boehner has called “shameful,” and “alarmingly high”: