Meehan defends vote to dismantle Obamacare


PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Republican Congressman Pat Meehan of Delaware County is defending his support of a controversial move to do away with the Affordable Care Act.

Though he’s voted in favor of a resolution that could lead to the repeal of Obamacare, Congressman Meehan says what he wants to do is, as he puts it, “rescue and repair” issues that have cut deeply into the household budgets of Obamacare recipients.

“Individuals are seeing their deductibles go up 60 percent so that the average person now, about $900 a year deductibles, is now paying almost $1,500 before you get your insurance coverage. ”

via Congressman Meehan Defends His Support Of Resolution To Repeal Obamacare — CBS Philly


  1. Mr. Meehan. I think a big part of redeeming healthcare is to get people back to work. I am speaking of not only good paying jobs but jobs with good health coverage. There also has to be very attempt to guard against waste and abuse from providers and recipients. I think you have done well for PA 7th and hope you will continue to do so.

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