Repeal Obamacare. Do not “Replace.”

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The constitutional approach on Obamacare is repeal – and no “replacement.” The federal government simply wasn’t delegated the power to run the health care industry.  Unfortunately, Congress is nowhere close to getting rid of Obamacare.  What passed in the House should be called “Obamacare 2.0.” And the Senate version? It’s really bad too.  But we don’t need to wait on Congress to fix problems they created.

States can and should help end Obamacare whether Congress does its job, or not.

Here’s how Mike Maharrey put it in his latest article:

Conservatives have vigorously opposed Obamacare from the beginning. With the way things have unfolded in Congress, many seem to have just given up in despair. Or worse, embraced horrible Republican alternatives. But options remain. Quit relying on D.C. to fix a problem that was caused by D.C. Focus on your state legislatures.

It’s not going to be easy, but there are steps that should be taken in the states today.  Mike’s article gives a good overview of what must be done.



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