Joining GOP Trend, U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Urges Fix, Not Repeal, Of Obamacare

Reporting for Kaiser Health News, in partnership with NPR, Eric Whitney writes: "Some influential conservatives are now saying the health care law is too entrenched to repeal. Take the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the powerful business lobbying group. When the Affordable Care Act Passed in 2010, the Chamber got behind a major business lawsuit to fight it at the U.S. Supreme Court. And in January, 2011 during his annual State of American Business address, Chamber President Tom Donohue said, 'It's time, in my opinion, to go back to the drawing board...and thus we support legislation in the House to repeal it'" (Whitney, 1/31). Read the story.

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