Republicans Not Giving Up On Health Care Law
The health care law was enacted more than two years ago. Yet health care costs continue to rise. Uncertain business owners are hesitant to invest and hire workers. And major portions of the law - including higher taxes on businesses, increased taxes on certain medical devices, and countless new regulations - have yet to even be implemented. This massive new entitlement program will cost taxpayers more than
Truly reforming our health care system requires a common-sense, step-by-step approach that will lower costs and better ensure access to affordable, quality health care. Opponents of the health care law have long proposed alternative solutions - such as allowing small businesses to form health insurance pools and join together across state lines to purchase health insurance, medical malpractice liability reform, and insurance reforms addressing the issues of pre-existing conditions and allowing young adults to remain on their parents' plans - that would achieve these goals.
The status quo in health care is clearly unacceptable. A narrow majority of the
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