Boozman: Arkansans calling for repeal of Obamacare

WASHINGTON – An Arkansas U.S. Senator said Tuesday the people he represents do not want the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as “Obamacare,” to remain law.

U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) released the following statement Tuesday after voting to move forward on legislation to repeal the ACA:

“Arkansans have been calling for a repeal ever since Obamacare was forced upon them,” Boozman claimed. “Today, we moved closer to making that a reality. Obamacare is not sustainable and preserving the status quo is not an option.”

Boozman acknowledged the repeal was far from certain.

“This is just the first step,” Boozman said in a release. “While much work remains to be done, this vote signals to the American people that we remain committed to repairing our health care system by putting into place a system that ensures access to affordable, quality care for every American.”




2 Comments

  1. Shouldn’t we wait till there is an replacement policy, right now there there is not, and what ever is finally issued all elected officials should have the same coverage and feel the fear we do of getting sick, needing major surgery or being in a wreck and not having enough courage. Please think about this!!!

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