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But the plan is the latest attempt from Republicans to get Congress to act. That includes legislation introduced this month in the House, which would end tax subsidies and cut Medicaid by two-thirds. Another is being worked on in the Senate to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which Republicans have called the “death tax."
“It’s outrageous that our legislature would be blocking an effort to ensure this important public benefit has broad-based support within this country," said Tom Harkin, the Iowa Democrat who chairs the House Ways and Means Committee. “If we’re going to solve these problems we need to pass legislation to fix these problems now…. When Congress has a chance to fix problems they solve them. That’s why we’ve got to fix this problem now."
The plan was a key part of the effort by U.S. Sens. Ted Cruz of Texas, Mike Lee of Utah and John McCain of Arizona to overhaul the Affordable Care Act.
The idea, Harkin said, was to convince Supreme Court justices that this is something the president should act on.
“If we can get the federal courts to have a more comprehensive and comprehensive conversation on a national health care issue than Obamacare, they will not hesitate to take up the lawsuit," said Harkin, adding that Cruz, Lee and McCain ar슬롯 머신e all senators whose states would be affected by a ruling like this.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, another opponent of Obamacare, was one of several Republican senators who wrote to then-U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia Burwell last year asking her to bring the issue before the Supreme Court. But his efforts were stalled by the president, who blocked them from going forward as the high court was gearing up to hear arguments on the issue.
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