The prerequisite to prosperity is keeping spending under control and not pushing our country further into debt.
With our country in the toughest economic situation since perhaps the Great Depression, the House of Representatives, along with the support of Congressman Rohrabacher, has passed several pieces of legislation that would:
- Empower small business owners
- Fix the tax code to help job creators
- Increase the competitiveness for U.S. manufacturers
- Encourage entrepreneurship and growth
- Maximize domestic energy production
- Pay down America's unsustainable debt burden
These bills range from the "Protecting Jobs from Government Interference Act" (H.R. 2587) to the "Jobs and Energy Permitting Act of 2011" (H.R. 2021). Unfortunately, most of these bills are still awaiting action in the Senate. Rep. Rohrabacher will continue to encourage his Senate counterparts to take up this enterprising legislation and will continue to support sensible legislation that encourages job creation and economic growth.
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WASHINGTON — In a letter to Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-CA, Thursday warned of a Chinese power play with the potential of “gutting [America’s] domestic semiconductor capability.” The move, according to the congressman, involves a $100 billion Chinese program to invest in and acquire U.S.-based companies and technologies.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-CA, and Rep. Keith Ellison, D-MN, introduced the Personal Drug Importation Fairness Act of 2015 (H.R. 2623), which gives access to safe, reasonably priced prescription drugs by allowing for the personal importation and re-importation of prescription drugs from countries with safety standards that are at least as strong as those of the United States.
Weed. It's become serious business. No longer stigmatized as the drug of the unambitious and basement-ridden (ok, it still has some of that stigma), it is now a dynamic political topic and, in some states and cities, a burgeoning industry.
So, how did we get here? More importantly, where are we going?
WASHINGTON – Rep. Dana Rohrabacher announced Friday the release of a new report from the Government Accountability Office critical of the Obama administration’s efforts to safeguard Americans from dangerous imported food, particularly from Communist China.
“This alarming failure,” said the congressman, “is all the more reason to require country-of-origin labeling.”
Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-CA, released the following statement regarding President Obama’s executive action Thursday to shield certain immigrants, known to be in the country illegally, from deportation:
“The president thumbed his nose at Congress, and for that matter the Constitution, by doing exactly what he said numerous times he could not do legally. That is certainly no way to bring about the cooperation between both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue the American people voted for earlier this month. It shows an autocratic contempt for our democratic governing system.
"As optimistic as they are, Republicans cannot just coast to victory. They must surf."
In another week, Americans will vote, hoping to pull our nation out of its overlong malaise—the Obama-generated malaise. Real progress can be achieved only if the Democrats’ hold on the Senate is broken.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Dana Rohrabacher on Wednesday offered a six-point plan to bring the country out of its “Obama-generated malaise” and restore American optimism. Writing in The National Interest, the Californian urged his fellow Republican candidates to present themselves again as “the party of ideas,” an echo of Ronald Reagan’s cheerful message leading up to his election in 1980 as the fortieth president.
IRVINE, CA – Rep. Dana Rohrabacher on Monday, Aug. 11, will co-host a scientific roundtable on earthquake detection at the University of California, Irvine. The event comes following the California Republican’s introduction recently of a bill to strengthen tsunami detection.
WASHINGTON – Rep. Dana Rohrabacher and Rep. Suzanne Bonamici, D-OR, on Thursday introduced a bill to strengthen tsunami detection and warning systems. The measure aims to improve protection of communities vulnerable to the destructive ocean waves.