House Vote To Overturn Obamacare For 56th Time
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The vote was largely symbolic, because the measure is unlikely to pass the Senate and would face a certain veto from President Barack Obama if it did.
But Republicans insisted on the vote, casting it as a chance to send a message and let new GOP members have a chance to vote against a law that most of them contend destroys jobs, freedom and the Constitution.
“We have been bringing the full repeal of Obamacare here to the floor over and over again to give everybody an opportunity, even those that didn’t have an opportunity to get involved in this debate, to go on record and tell us where you want to see the future of the health care circumstances here in the United States,” said Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa), one of the law’s most vehement opponents.
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