Washington, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Mike Johanns (R-Neb.) today released the following statement on the second anniversary of the health care law:
"The almost constant flow of bad news and broken promises due to the health care law is no cause to celebrate its anniversary, which is why you won't see its proponents commemorating this day," Johanns said. "Over the past two years, I've traveled across the state of Nebraska hosting town halls, round tables, and meetings, and I'm finding the more folks know about this law, the more they dislike it.
"This law is costing our country more than we can afford. It is stifling job growth; swamping doctors, hospitals, and insurance providers in thousands of pages of new regulations; and forcing millions of Americans off their health insurance. The law is bad for Nebraska and bad for our country. It should be wiped off the books for good."
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