Senator Dan Coats (R-Ind.) today issued the following statement regarding the Supreme Court's decision on the health care law:
"The president's health care law remains an unpopular, massive intrusion of the federal government into the individual lives of Americans. The Supreme Court's decision today confirms that President Obama broke his promise to Americans that his law would not raise taxes on the middle class.
"Obamacare has made the nation's health care system worse, not better. Hoosier families and businesses will be faced with higher taxes, increased costs and burdensome mandates under this law.
"The work to reform our health care system is far from over. I am committed to working with my colleagues to repeal the president's health care law and give Hoosiers -- not Washington -- the power to make their own health care decisions."
"The American people will have the opportunity to decide if they want a Congress and White House committed to more taxing, more spending and more federal mandates or one that will work to reduce spending, empower individuals and give states greater flexibility."