Since the passage of Obamacare, Americans have seen their premiums skyrocket, coverage they liked terminated, and dwindling choices of in-network healthcare providers. Many individuals who gained coverage through Obamacare are still, for all practical purposes, without insurance because the deductibles are beyond the reach of low income workers. It is essential that Obamacare be replaced with a plan that achieves what Obamacare failed to do - insure the most people possible at the lowest price.
I refuse to stand idly by while Kentuckians' hard earned tax dollars are spent overseas on countries who hate us while we don't have enough money to take care of our own roads and bridges here at home.
Today's victory for Kentuckians in the Lake Cumberland area communities is just one of many actions Dr. Paul has taken on behalf of the people he represents and highlights the steadfast commitment he has to being a strong voice in the Senate and always standing for Kentucky.
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LOUISVILLE, KY – From pro-bono surgeries, to town halls, to catching Pokemon, it was a busy week for Dr. Rand Paul in Kentucky this week. In case you missed it, here’s a quick recap.
Among pushing legislation to benefit Kentucky’s military communities and advocating for the bipartisan Military Justice Improvement Act with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), Dr. Paul also demonstrated that he takes the promises he made to Kentuckians seriously by refusing to support a bill without reading it first, and by continuing to advocate for less wasteful spending of our tax dollars.
I will continue to fight to balance the budget, to spend only what comes in, and to quit sending our hard earned tax dollars overseas.
"Hillary Clinton’s apology is long overdue, and I am calling on her to apologize today, and in person, as she faces the Kentuckians suffering under her War on Coal."
What Rand Paul wants to do is simply to legalize voluntary economic arrangements between individuals, arrangements which are by definition beneficial to both parties, getting the government's big nose out of the way. What's so radical about that?
Sen. Paul’s Economic Freedom Zones Act is a bold, empowering plan aimed at helping our country’s impoverished and struggling communities. Economic Freedom Zones are areas of reduced taxes and regulations, and increased incentives for businesses.
“I refuse to stand idly by while the Obama administration unilaterally strips away gun rights from our nation’s veterans and seniors. The Protecting Gun Rights and Due Process Act will provide necessary protection for gun-owning Americans, and ultimately ensure that the Second Amendment is not infringed upon,” Sen. Paul said.
If Washington politicians would ever travel through the rest of America, they might discover that we have needs at home and our anger is with an elite political class who seem to value foreign countries over our own.
One of the biggest mistakes we’re making by abiding by the current system is letting one youthful mistake define someone for the rest of their life.
We need a strong representation in Frankfort to clean up the waste, reform education, and create a business-friendly environment in Kentucky.
Paul said he has a plan to balance the national $19 trillion debt involving cutting some departments, such as education and commerce, and cutting the budget one percent per year for five years.
He said the federal government spends $1 million each minute, and cited one misuse of money when the government spent $2.5 million studying online dating.
U.S. Senator Rand Paul spoke for about 20 minutes last Tuesday afternoon in front of about 65 local people who had gathered at the Corner Stone Restaurant to greet him.
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I am excited to be heading to Marion County to speak with the Lebanon community about the issues facing both Kentucky and our nation, I look forward to the opportunity to personally address the community’s concerns and share what I’m doing in the Senate to fight for Kentucky’s best interests
U.S. Senator Rand Paul made a stop at Centre College Saturday to hold a town hall meeting. He used the setting to argue against what he sees as the two biggest issues facing the nation — big government and debt.
Paul spoke to a crowd of about 100 people at the Vahlkamp Theatre in Centre’s Crounse Hall.