Insist Congress repeal Obamacare on day one
Congress can repeal Obamacare and have it on Donald Trump’s desk for him to sign when he is inaugurated on Jan. 20, 2017.
Congress can use a process called reconciliation to pass the repeal bill, bypassing liberal objections.
We must replace Obamacare with consumer-driven insurance markets and scrap the broken health law. Individuals and families, not Washington bureaucrats, should control the dollars and decisions in the system.
You can repeal Obamacare
With your support, The Heritage Foundation can deliver a plan to Congress to make repeal a reality.
The Heritage Foundation has been leading the fight against Obamacare since day one.
We fought it when it was first proposed, and we have urged its repeal since the day it was signed into law.
We led the charge to defund it in 2013, when the Establishment wanted to accept Obamacare as a done deal.
And repealing Obamacare is at the center of our Blueprint for Reform plan that we’ve delivered to President-elect Trump’s transition team.
Because conservatives fought Obamacare tooth and nail, now we finally have a chance to take it off the books for good.
No more excuses. We must act now
The Washington Establishment will resist any repeal effort. They’ll say “these things take time.”
That’s just one more excuse. The time for excuses is over.
Now is the time for repeal.
Donate to make repeal a reality
Your gift today will enable us to finalize our repeal plan, overcome the Establishment, and educate lawmakers on why and how to pass an Obamacare repeal law President Trump can sign on January 20.
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