Joni Ernst Co-Sponsors Repeal of The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) announced her co-sponsorship of S.339 to repeal the “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act,” also known as ObamaCare. The Iowa Senator is among 47 original cosponsors to the bill, introduced by Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), which authorizes full repeal 180 days after enactment in order to allow a six-month window to replace ObamaCare with patient centered, affordable, quality solutions.

“Too many Iowa families and businesses have been hurt by the painful effects of ObamaCare – from rising costs, to losing access to doctors, to hampering businesses’ abilities to hire new employees. We must start over by repealing and replacing this disastrous law in order to craft and implement real solutions for affordable, patient centered alternatives,” said Senator Ernst.

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2 Responses to Joni Ernst Co-Sponsors Repeal of The Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act

  1. Dave Bradley says:

    Right now it looks like Republican strategy is for the Supreme Court to deal it a death blow and then blame Obama for it being crippled. Then they will blame Obama for not having a Republican approved law ready to replace the crippled law.

    I am not making this up. Read it here:


  2. The public option should never been tampered with by the Emanual brothers Rahm and Ezekiel. Clarence Thomas’ wife joined in to destroy the public option as this trio were beholden to the insurance companies, i.e., corporate power is elated by their power and now they want to destroy healthcare again….


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