Repeal health care law; enact improvements
It seems like the book on the president’s health care law has closed, but the court’s decision in June was just another chapter in a very long saga of a very bad bill.
Two years ago when the bill was passed, it contained no less than 21 tax increases, including the big one: the $750 fine for everyone who does not buy a government-approved plan.
Now that it’s clear that this tax will stay in place until repealed, the House of Representatives is ready and waiting to do the right thing. In January 2011, my very first vote as a member of Congress was cast in support of repealing the law. I recently voted to repeal it again.
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