“2016 is going to be about the Republican party being the party of ideas and solutions.”

"Obamacare will be gone. And then, for all the people who have seen their premiums go up, for people who have lost their plan or their doctor, for people who have to deal with all the mandates, the restrictions, and the red tape, we can replace this law with a truly patient-centered health care system."

Congress has kicked off 2016 by putting President Obama on defense.

“This is the closest that we have come to repealing Obamacare. And now we are sending that repeal to the president’s desk."

“For me, 2016 is about going on offense on ideas. It’s about starting to get the country back on track. And how better to start the year on offense than putting a bill to repeal Obamacare and defund Planned Parenthood on the president’s desk."

For five years, Senate Democrats have blocked our efforts to repeal Obamacare. That ends today.

“If we’re ever going to get our country back on track,” he said, “we need to make this year about ideas, not about Obama’s distractions.”

As the president prepares to defend this disaster of a law at his final State of the Union address next week, we’re going to fulfill our commitment to put conservative priorities like this #OnHisDesk.

Next week, for the first time, Congress will send the president a bill repealing Obamacare and defunding Planned Parenthood. Here are three reasons why this bill is so important:

This victory sends a strong message that no one – especially no president – is above being held accountable to the Constitution.