From his numerous re-writes of the health care law to his administration’s attempt to seize private water rights, the willful disregard for the limits of executive power is astounding.

“We know the president’s health care law is driving up costs for middle-class families, making it harder for small businesses to hire, and hurting the economy – but there’s still a lot we don’t know."

At his weekly press briefing today, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) highlighted the dozens of jobs bills passed by the House that remain stalled in the Democratic-led Senate.


House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) issued the following statement in response to Secretary of Health and Human Services Sebelius declining to attend a hearing this Thursday at the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

After another week of the White House shifting its account of its involvement in the IRS scandal, the American people deserve a straight answer and Republicans “are going to continue to seek answers until we get to the truth,” Speaker Boehner said today....


A lot of questions are being raised as a result of these revelations and, as Speaker Boehner said today, “This House will stop at nothing to get to the American people the answers and the accountability that they expect.”


"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..."


Speaker Boehner issued the following statement today condemning the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for targeting conservative groups and applauding House Republican members for their efforts to hold the administration accountable:

“All options are on the table” for holding the Department of Justice accountable for the “Fast and Furious” operation, Speaker John Boehner said today.


As Speaker Boehner and his staff have said, the Speaker appreciates all of the hard work Oversight Chairman Darrell Issa and others have done to expose this scandal. President Obama’s Department of Justice needs to be accountable.

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