In an interview with Fox News’ Megyn Kelly, Speaker Boehner highlighted Republicans’ ongoing efforts to hold the Obama administration accountable on several fronts, saying “the American people have a right to know what happened with regard to Fast and Furious, what happened at the IRS, what happened at Benghazi.”
Because of ObamaCare, many seniors are paying higher premiums and out-of-pocket costs, as well as losing their doctor and other critical health benefits -- all broken promises from President Obama.
ObamaCare continues to increase costs, limit options for families and seniors, and undermine small businesses’ efforts to hire more workers. In short, it remains a disaster for families and small businesses. That’s why Republicans remain committed to repealing the law and replacing with better, patient-centered solutions focused on lowering health care costs. House Republicans have passed measures to repeal the full law, as well as other measures to repeal parts of the law (many with Democratic support), in order to protect the American people from the law’s harmful consequences. Presid
At a time when three-quarters of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck, the last thing our economy and our small businesses can afford is another barrier to job growth
President Obama is heading to Michigan to talk wages today, but it’s his own health care law that is slashing the take-home pay of those who can least afford it by forcing employers to cut jobs and hours or risk triggering the law’s 30-hour penalty.
Republicans are working to repeal this 30-hour requirement under ObamaCare, and allow Americans who want to work to actually get to work.
The president’s health care law continues to wreak havoc on American families, small businesses and our economy, and as I’ve said many times, the problem was never just about the website – it’s the whole law.
The Obama administration “is just continuing a long pattern of delays” Politico reports today, following a late night announcement from the White House that it is extending the enrollment deadline for the president’s health care law.
The bill passed by the House today provides long-term certainty for Medicare providers and, in turn, helps protect seniors’ access to quality, affordable care.