“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 said at a press conference today, previewing this week’s House vote to fully repeal ObamaCare and highlighting the ongoing investigation into the administration’s response to the terrorist attack in Benghazi.

On tomorrow’s House vote to fully repeal ObamaCare – it’s third since 2011 – Boehner said:

“Our jobs plan has been out there, and we’re continuing to focus on it.  This week, we’ll be repealing ObamaCare.  Why?  Because it’s going to raise the cost of health care, raise the cost of health insurance, reduce access to the American people, and continues to get in the way of employers hiring new workers.”

Noting that Americans “deserve the truth, and fairness from their government,” Boehner also reiterated his call for the Obama administration to release all of the e-mails relating to its handling of the Benghazi terrorist attack, and the information it shared with the American people in its aftermath.  Here’s more:

“I want to applaud Chairman Issa and the Government Reform Committee for all of their work last week on Benghazi – trying to get to the bottom of what happened.  The administration could make this a lot easier for all Americans by coming forward with e-mails that they’ve shown us, in some cases, but have not turned over to us.  And I don’t want to prolong this anymore than anyone else, what I want is the truth.”

Learn more about the House’s effort to fully repeal ObamaCare to help protect American families and small businesses here:

And read more about the ongoing investigation into the administration’s handling of the Benghazi terrorist attack here: