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Hice Statement on the Resignation of Speaker Boehner

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Washington, September 25, 2015 | comments
Today, Congressman Jody B. Hice (R-GA) released the following statement regarding the announcement of Speaker Boehner’s decision to resign at the end of October:

“Speaker Boehner has served his constituents and our nation honorably under very challenging circumstances, and I would like to thank both he and his family for that service. While the Speaker and I have not always agreed, I recognize that serving as Speaker with President Obama in the White House is the toughest job in politics.

Given the obvious acrimony within the Republican Conference and the difficult legislative battles in front of us, we must have strong conservative leadership and finding the best possible person to lead on conservative principles — while uniting our Conference — is where our focus must now turn. I look forward to building and working with new, conservative leadership as our Conference — and our nation — moves forward.”

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