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“Budget gimmicks and broken promises undermine Americans’ trust in government, and public opposition to the 400,000-word health care law was a driving force behind the Republican takeover of the House in 2010. Since then, we have voted 26 times to repeal the law, block its individual provisions, or defund its programs.”– The Greenville Advocate published Rep. Roby’s editorial about the President’s health care law, March 28, 2012.
“As a committee member, I had the opportunity to question Sec. Solis about the troubling regulatory actions that affect small businesses across the country—especially the new rules resulting from President Obama’s health care reform law. During my questioning, I highlighted an Alabama employer who may be forced to close several facilities due to costly regulations imposed by the health care law. I hear repeatedly from business owners in our area who tell me they are unable to comply with federal rules and regulations instituted under the new law.” – Rep. Roby in a House Education and the Workforce Committee hearing, March 27, 2012.
“I have taken 26 votes since I took office to completely repeal President Obama’s health care law, block its provisions, or defund its programs. I remain committed to dismantling this costly expansion of government.” – Rep Roby’s weekly newsletter, March 27, 2012.
“The citizens in our districts have spoken, and in their words, 'we must repeal this law.’ I look forward to implementing market-based reforms that actually lower cost, increase access, and maintain high quality of care." – Rep. Roby speaking on the House floor about her vote to defund Obamacare, January 25, 2011.