Republicans may have failed to push a repeal of the 2010 healthcare reform law through the Senate this year, but they haven’t given up their quest to overturn Obamacare. Now they’re looking to attack it in bits and pieces, The Hill reports
They’re going start by focusing on the Independent Payment Advisory Board and the CLASS Act. The idea is to attack other aspects of Obamacare while the Supreme Court deliberates on the individual mandate.
And this could make President Barack Obama and his fellow Democrats in Congress quite uncomfortable come election time. That’s because the law remains unpopular. The Kaiser Health tracking polls show that 44 percent of Americans have a negative view of Obamacare, compared to 37 percent with a positive view.
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