What an interesting three days we have in front of us. Today, the Supreme Court kicked off oral arguments in the case of our lifetime: the U.S. vs ObamaCare.
Just days after this goverment takeover of healthcare turned two, the question of its constitutionality is now in the land's highest court.
There is no doubt in my mind that this misguided law will be deemed unconstitutional, as it mandates that every American purchase healthcare whether they want it, need it, or not.
Cherry blossoms in DC this week
Last week was also a big one in Washington, as the U.S. Senate passed the JOBS Act. Yes, you heard me right. The U.S. Senate passed a bill... and a good one at that!
Included in this jobs package were two of my own bills that remove some of the burdens small business has to endure, and makes it easier for them to hire and create capital.
Also, a big thanks to everyone who came out to visit with me at Danny's Car Wash in Scottsdale. It was a pleasure to pump gas for many of you and discuss what we can do about increasing gas prices.
Please note several dates coming up: internships for my Washington and Arizona offices are due by THIS FRIDAY.
Rep. Schweikert at Danny's Car Wash
Also, Congressman Jeff Flake and I are holding an informational conference for the Service Academies on April 14th. This is a useful meeting for anyone looking to join our Nation's Armed Forces. Our staffs will be on hand to answer any questions as well as representatives from each branch.
Member of Congress