House Has Spent 8% Of Its Time Trying To Repeal Obamacare
by Karolyn Roberts
That’s not newsworthy by itself. But did you know it was the 56th time they have done that? If you look at the House schedule for the day of February 3, 2015, or watch the archived footage of the floor proceedings, you will see it takes nearly one day to conduct the debate and vote.
The House is in session an average of 135 days per year, and has voted 56 times in less than 5 years to repeal the ACA. That equates to more than 11 times per year. So roughly 11 days of every year (or just over 8%) are spent trying to repeal the ACA.
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