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Hice Statement on SCOTUS Decision to Prop-Up Obamacare

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Washington D.C., June 25, 2015 | comments

Washington D.C. - Today, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in King v. Burwell in favor of the Obama Administration's Affordable Care Act. In response to the ruling of the Court, Congressman Hice released the following statement:

"I am extremely disappointed with the Court's ruling today. By finding in favor of the Administration, this Court has defied all reasonable logic. My thoughts align with those expressed by Justice Scalia in his dissent that under all normal circumstances the Government should have lost this case. By essentially rewriting the law with its ruling, this Court is setting the actual language in the law because it feels Obamacare must be saved no matter what. The American people deserved better than this disastrous law and they deserved better than this flawed ruling. Regardless of today's unfortunate decision, Obamacare is a raw deal for the American people and I remain committed to repealing it in its entirety."


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