GOP House to vote next week to repeal ObamaCare

January 31, 2015

The Republican-led House is set to begin February with a vote to repeal ObamaCare, making clear that trying to dismantle the health-care law remains a top priority.

The scheduled vote next week was announced in a new memo from House Majority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy to fellow GOP House members in which he said the effort to repeal the legislation will give them an opportunity to tell voters that health care decisions “should be made by patients and their doctors, not by Washington.”

The California lawmaker also stated that members should remind Americans that the country needs solutions that reduce costs and give them access to “21st Century cures and treatments” — an often repeated message at congressional Republicans’ policy retreat earlier this month.

1 Comment - what are your thoughts?

  • David in MA says:

    Lets see, will this be the plan: The House passes this Bill and sends it to the Senate, the Senate sits on it for a while because of a pre-agreement between McConnell and Boehner. Thinking that Obama is about to resign it will bring Democrats into the fold. What has been promised to the Democrats to go along with repeal?
    Whatever has taken place McConnell and Boehner have wasted their corrupt time because the Democrats will vote to repeal obamacare without any promises, THEY also want Obama gone and to repeal obamacare may prompt the illegal immigrant Islamic Marxist in the WH to resign, he has his fortune and his Indonesia……… Obama’s usefulness to islam is over.

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