Restoring Americans’ Healthcare Reconciliation Act heads to president’s desk

Chairman of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Financial Services and General Government Ander Crenshaw (R-FL) said that history has been made this week following both chambers of Congress approving a measure to repeal Obamacare.

“As we begin a new year, the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate have stamped their approval on solutions that will cut the deficit by half-trillion dollars,” Crenshaw said. “That positive accomplishment paves the way for greater patient-centered health care and is made possible by hard work and a strong commitment to core Republican values.”

Passed by the House on Wednesday, the Restoring Americans’ Healthcare Reconciliation Act of 2015, H.R. 3762, would slash the deficit by a half trillion dollars by turning back Obamacare provisions, among other cuts.

“With my vote to repeal burdensome Obamacare taxes…I continued the fight to enact strong, conservative principles,” Crenshaw said. “History has been made. For the first time ever both chambers of Congress have approved an Obamacare repeal measure and sent it to the president to either sign into law or veto.

“Will he stand in the way of delivering patient-centered and economically-responsible health care to Americans?…That decision and responsibility now rests on his shoulders.”

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