Speaker Boehner highlighted today’s House vote to fully repeal the president’s health care law that’s raising costs for American families and making it harder for small businesses to hire.
How much could you (and everyone else) pay for health care in the years ahead thanks to the president’s health care law? According to the nation’s insurers, a lot more -- in the individual market an average of double what we pay now with some rates soaring by more than 400 percent. That’s what the nation’s 17 largest insurers told the House Energy & Commerce Committee. You can see the whole report here.
The folks at the House Republican Conference put together this video on the train wreck that is the president’s health care law.
"Americans need common-sense solutions to help create jobs and they need accountability from their government, and the House is working to give them both..."
While our goal is to repeal all of ObamaCare – and this will be the third time the Republican-led House has voted for full repeal since 2011 – we’ve already succeeded in repealing and defunding parts of it.
Remember how Democrats kept claiming that their budgets – which never balanced – were still “balanced?”
Rep. Martha Roby (R-AL) calls on the Democratic-run Senate to pass the Working Families Flexibility Act, common-sense legislation that helps Americans better balance the demands of work and family.
At his press briefing today, Speaker Boehner highlighted the House GOP plan for economic growth and job creation, contrasting it with President Obama’s latest pivot back to jobs...
Speaker Boehner sat down with Bloomberg TV and Fox Business this evening to continue pressing the need for policies that will produce the robust economic growth & job creation American families & small businesses need.