Mar 20 2012
Senator Boozman joined several of his colleagues in a colloquy to discuss the negative impact President Obama's health care law has on spending and job creation.
Senator Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) and his GOP colleagues discuss their opposition to the health care reform law on the second anniversary of it being signed into law. The law is filled with overly burdensome regulations and costly provisions, cuts Medicare, raises billions in new taxes and increases premiums for families by $2,100 a year. "There's no such thing as free health care. Someone has to pay," said Sen. Roberts.
Mar 20 2012
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.) discussed Obamacare on Fox News with Bill Hemmer on March 19, 2012.
Mar 19 2012
This stands in sharp contrast to the record of House Republicans, which passed a budget last year and which is set to introduce this year's budget next week.
Rather than confront the nation's debt threat, Senate Democrats have resorted to political tactics on unrelated matters, as well as attacks on the House Republican budget even in the absence of a plan of their own.
Sessions also addressed new cost projections for the president's health law, which the Congressional Budget Office last week found will cost nearly twice what the president originally promised, or nearly three times the promised amount once the law is fully implemented.
U.S. Senator Roy Blunt (Mo.) recently asked Missourians to share their stories about how rising fuel costs are personally impacting their families, small businesses, and communities.