Mrs. BLACKBURN. Mr. Speaker, there's been a lot of talk of delay, defund, repeal, and replace. That's what we're doing when it comes to ObamaCare. Indeed, that's what the American people want. They continue to tell us that they want protections from the harmful impact of ObamaCare and they want to make certain that we keep the Federal Government open.
The House has passed legislation that controls spending, defunds ObamaCare, and prevents a government shutdown. House Republicans are leading the fight to control spending, stop ObamaCare, and protect hardworking Americans. It's time for the Senate to join us.
Here's a great example of the harmful effects of ObamaCare:
In Nashville, Tennessee, a 27-year-old young man who's a nonsmoker currently pays $41 a month for health insurance. Under ObamaCare, guess what? That premium goes to $114 per month. Forty-one dollars versus $114 per month? That's the impact and the effect of ObamaCare.