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Tell Your Representatives to Support Five Bills to Eliminate Mandatory Spending in ObamaCare

by: freedom works | published: 04 01, 2011

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The new health care law provided billions of dollars in mandatory spending for numerous new programs. This funding procedure ultimately reduces congressional oversight by shifting power to the Executive Branch. All of the following five bills would increase congressional responsibility and oversight by converting ObamaCare’s mandatory spending to discretionary spending:

  • Bill #1: Convert funding for graduate medical education in qualified teaching health centers from direct appropriations to an authorization of appropriations.
  • Bill #2: Repeal mandatory funding for school based health center construction.
  • Bill #3: Repeal prevention and public health fund.
  • Bill #4: Convert funding for personal responsibility education programs from direct appropriations to an authorization of appropriations.
  • Bill #5: Repeal mandatory funding to states to establish American health benefit exchanges.

These five bills are a step in the right direction to defund and ultimately repeal ObamaCare. The Republicans retook the House majority in 2010 because of their strong opposition to Obamacare. Polls have consistently shown that a solid majority of Americans want Washington to reverse the government takeover of health care and adopt a patient-centered approach.

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