GOP set to jump on low Obamacare enrollment numbers

The Obama administration is set to release Obamacare enrollment data this week, figures that promise to be low and likely will feed further into Republican attempts to discredit the health care law.

House GOP leadership has set some plans in motion, hoping to parlay a presidential apology and ugly headlines about the law’s rocky start into passage of a bill that lets Americans keep their existing health plans, even if they do not meet new standards outlined in the reforms.

The chamber will vote Friday on the Keep Your Health Plan Act, offering a key test to Democrats who are nervous about early flaws in the rollout of Obamacare.

“Actions speak louder than words. If the president is serious about offering relief to Americans whose health plans are being canceled, then he should strongly support the Keep Your Health Plan Act,” Rep. Fred Upton, Michigan Republican, said. “This bill is a simple solution that would begin to restore health care peace of mind.”

The House has voted about 40 times to repeal all or part of the Affordable Care Act or alter it in some way, a series of actions that have died in the Democrat-controlled Senate.

2 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • elton123 says:

    What the GOP needs to do is stay quiet and let o’care implode on its own (and, it will)

  • mudguy1 says:

    Obama has excellent cooks so how will know that books aren’t cooked? He lied about we can keep our insurance and doctor so who will believe on how many have signed up.

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