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Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Hogan Joins Group Of Governors Urging Bipartisan Health Care Solution

Gov. Larry Hogan joined a bipartisan group of 11 governors asking Congress to abandon efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

"Congress should work to make health insurance more affordable by controlling costs and stabilizing the market, and we are pleased to see a growing number of senators stand up for this approach. The Senate should immediately reject efforts to 'repeal' the current system and replace sometime later. This could leave millions of Americans without coverage," the governors said in a statement.

"The best next step is for both parties to come together and do what we can all agree on: fix our unstable insurance markets. Going forward, it is critically important that governors are brought to the table to provide input, and we stand ready to work with lawmakers in an open, bipartisan way to provide better insurance for all Americans."

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3 comments:

Steve said...

Hey, Larry, we all get that you are just playing along to get along so you can get re- elected next time around, but being just 1 of 11 trying to fix Stupid is NOT the way to go.

1) It puts you in a 20% minority of what everyone in America doesn't want, and

2) You just need to stay out of the fray and observe, nod and shake hands until Stupid shows it can't be fixed, and collapses on its own, then

3) Say "I told you so" and get re- elected, then

4) Repeal all Anti-2A laws in Maryland.

You're welcome.

Anonymous said...

Need to force these crooks to watch pragar univ vids...so they have no excuses for their criminal actions against the people. They created this mess...they have no intentions of fixing it.

Anonymous said...

Good. We need more bipartison conversations, unlike this echo chamber. It scares me that you all vote.