"While I strongly disagree with the court's judgment, today's decision exemplifies why we are a system of checks and balances. Our work is not finished, however.
The court's ruling underscores the critical role Congress must play by repealing ObamaCare. America's healthcare system should empower individuals and families instead of Washington bureaucrats.
This ruling imposes a new huge tax on America's already struggling families and this is unacceptable to those of us who believe that our money should stay in our pockets and not sent to Washington. I have already voted 30 times in Congress to defund, fully repeal or do away with parts of ObamaCare and I will vote that way again in the House on Wednesday, July 11th.
I will continue to work with my congressional colleagues to repeal ObamaCare and enact common-sense, step-by-step reforms necessary to lower healthcare premiums and protect Americans' access to the care they need, from the doctor they choose, at a lower cost."