Repeal, then replace: that was many Republicans promised about Healthcare and one of our freshman Congressman says he's delivering.
We caught up with Representative Tim Griffin home from the Hill for the weekend.
He voted to repeal the healthcare reform bill. Now he says he's working in committees to come up with solutions to replace it.
This, despite knowing the Senate probably won't play along.
"I think the key is to put the good ideas out there and give them to the American people and if we can convince the American people we have an alternative, that will put pressure on the Senate," said Rep. Tim Griffin.
Griffin says his plan could include measures to reduce lawsuits against doctors and increase competition across state lines.