ObamaCare mandate struck down

Senate Republicans have approved the repeal of ObamaCare’s individual mandate as part of their tax-cut bill, a major step toward ending an unpopular part of the health-care law.

“Families ought to be able to make decisions about what they want to buy and what works for them — not the government,” Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) said, hailing the accomplishment.

“I believe if people don’t want to buy the ObamaCare insurance, they shouldn’t have to pay a tax penalty to the IRS.”

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5 Responses to ObamaCare mandate struck down

  1. Ed says:

    OblowHole: “But, But, Muh Legacy!”

  2. Lawsuits from whiny liberals in one…two…

  3. Sanders says:

    I’ll believe it when Trump signs it into law.

  4. anonymous says:

    “Repeal will lead to insurer’s leaving market” – BULL! If there is money to be made, insurance will find a way to offer insurance. If the policy is too expensive, they will also find a way to make it affordable, because if they don’t, no one would buy it, giving their competitors a chance to cash in.

    Two things told me from the get-go that Obamacare was a pig. First, the writers of the bill who know whats inside it excused themselves from participating in it. Two, why do you have to be threatened with fines to participate in it. If its good, they wouldn’t need threats.

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