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Democrats Rip GOP Effort to Repeal Obamacare

By    |   Wednesday, 15 May 2013 02:26 PM

House Democrats plan to flood voters in 10 congressional districts with automated phone calls slamming Republican lawmakers who back new efforts to kill Obamacare, Yahoo News reports.

The calls, paid for by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, will warn voters that the GOP wants "insurance companies back in charge of your healthcare."

The Republican-led House is planning to vote on a full repeal of Obamacare on Thursday. It is expected to pass, but then be ignored by the Senate, which is controlled by Democrats.

In a transcript of the call obtained by Yahoo News, a narrator says: "The Republican Congress is scheduled to vote tomorrow to put insurance companies back in charge of your health care and repeal vital consumer protections and benefits that you’ve earned.

"And your Congressman might be part of the problem. Tell [your congressman] to stand up for middle class families here in California —and don't help the Republican Congress give insurance companies more control over your life."

Yahoo News reports that the calls will go to voters represented by New York Reps. Chris Gibson and Michael Grimm, New Jersey Reps. Frank LoBiondo and Jon Runyan, California Reps. Gary Miller and David Valadao, Florida Reps. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and Bill Young, Nevada Rep. Joe Heck, and New Mexico Rep. Steve Pearce.


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