"I can't imagine that the president could've chosen a more qualified, more principled, or more mainstream pick for the job of justice of the United States Supreme Court." - Sen. John Cornyn
"Last night President Trump announced an outstanding nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch of Colorado. While Judge Gorsuch has a significant legacy to live up to as the nominee for the seat left vacant by the loss of Justice Scalia, I'm confident his impressive background and long record of service will prepare him well for the task ahead. "Like Justice Scalia, Judge Gorsuch understands the constitutional limits of his authority. He understands that a judge's duty is to apply the law even-handedly, without bias toward one party or another. He understands that his role as a judge is to interpret the law, not impose his own viewpoint or political leanings. He's also been recognized from people on both sides of the aisle as a consistent, principled, and fair jurist. "Judge Gorsuch has a stellar reputation and a resume to match, with degrees from Harvard and Columbia, a PhD in Legal Philosophy from Oxford, and just about every honor, award, and scholarship you can possibly imagine.
Jan 31 2017
The Senate Republican leadership team briefs the press on President Trump's Cabinet nominees and the upcoming Supreme Court justice nomination.
Jan 31 2017
2016: Sen. Chuck Schumer said #WeNeedNine #SCOTUS justices. 2017: Sen. Schumer is obstructing without even knowing the nominee.
Jan 27 2017
Today, tens of thousands of people marched for life.
Jan 24 2017
Members of the Senate Republican leadership team brief the press for the first time since the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump.
Jan 12 2017
By passing the Obamacare repeal resolution, the Senate put the tools in place to repeal Obamacare and replace it with personalized, patient-centered health care that is affordable for every American.
Jan 11 2017
Obama claims 20 million Americans gained insurance under Obamacare, but only 14 million actually signed up. Twelve of those 14 million enrollees are in the broken Medicaid system, and two-thirds of those were eligible for Medicaid before Obamacare. Meanwhile, premiums are increasing, insurance markets are collapsing, patients' choices are dwindling, and 28 million Americans remain uninsured.
Dec 02 2016
As the 114th Congress concludes, thank you to our Republican freshmen, who have worked hard to represent their constituents and the Republican ideas that will move our country forward.