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Stutzman: If White House is Willing to Exempt Businesses, "Shouldn't Every Hardworking Family Get an Exemption as Well?"

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Location: Washington, DC

U.S. Congressman Marlin Stutzman spoke on the House floor today urging his colleagues to delay and repeal ObamaCare's individual and employer mandates.

"Mr. Speaker, Mr. Harry Reid might have said that ObamaCare is "wonderful for America' but Hoosiers back home aren't buying the spin.

"ObamaCare was sold as a benefit to hardworking Americans but it is increasingly clear on both sides of the aisle that ObamaCare is hurting the very people it was intended to help. There is nothing wonderful about the situation hardworking Americans face--fewer hours, more taxes, soaring premiums, and smaller paychecks.

""Just trust the bureaucrats' is what Democrats said when they forced this mess on the American people. Three years later, they're asking for more time.

"By unilaterally delaying the employer mandate for a year, the White House admitted what Hoosiers already know. If they're willing to exempt businesses, shouldn't every hardworking family get an exemption as well?

"Let's delay both of ObamaCare's mandates and continue to work towards fully repealing a failed law that is hurting Hoosiers and Americans across the country and holding back our economy."


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