Health law still a hot topic in town hall meetings and on the campaign trail

Published on August 16, 2013 at 4:31 AM · No Comments

During Congress's August break, GOP lawmakers, armed with talking points, are maintaining strong positions against the overhaul and getting positive reinforcment from some of their constituents.

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President Obama's signature accomplishment, the Affordable Care Act, continues to be a key weapon in Republican campaigns, including that of Mark Greenberg, a GOP candidate for Congress in Connecticut's 5th District. In a recent fundraising letter, Greenberg said, "Congress and (Rep.) Elizabeth Esty have just been given an exemption from Obamacare. Are you as upset as I am?" The letter said the IRS also received an exception from the ACA (Radelat, 8/14).

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