|By Brian Hughes; Brian Hughes, White House Correspondent|
"You know they want to repeal the Affordable Care Act -- they don't want to fix it,"
Carney said that while the administration was working to expand access to health care, Republicans were "voting for the 50th time to repeal the Affordable Care Act without an alternative."
One day earlier, the Obama administration said it would allow insurers to issue until
Carney framed the new delay as a way to grant individuals flexibility to find the insurance plan that best fits their needs. But Republicans counter that the
Wednesday's extension comes after the administration delayed the employer mandate for midsize businesses -- for a second time -- and a series of other delays for central Obamacare provisions.
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