Tag: AHCA

Op-Ed: It’s time for members of Congress to take action, not brag about inaction

It is a challenging time for our country. We are divided politically and a great many Americans have genuine concerns about the future. I get that and respect it. Representing a congressional district that twice voted for President Obama in Read More

Trump May Love Winning But Republicans Remain Averse To It!

Let’s discuss the American Health Care Act (AHCA) disaster  in a little greater detail, Save Jerseyans, since there’s a lot of blame (and misinformation) going around. First and foremost, the American Health Care Act would’ve repealed only certain parts of the Affordable Care Read More

Congressmen Lance, MacArthur Offer Very Different AHCA Postmortems

Tom MacArthur (R, NJ-03) worked diligently to rescue the American Health Care Act (AHCA). Leonard Lance (R, NJ-07), along with the rest of the N.J. House delegation, opposed the controversial health care reform legislation. Unsurprisingly, the Garden State-based colleagues offered very Read More

2nd Term Congressman MacArthur Finds New Influence in AHCA Debate

Most second term congressmen (from a state where the majority party isn’t much of a player) don’t get held back by Speaker Paul Ryan for extra discussion after a large meeting or called into multiple, small group meetings with President Donald Read More

Frelinghuysen will Vote NAY on AHCA

Uber-powerful Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen (R, NJ-11) will be voting NO on the AHCA today, Save Jerseyans. Here’s his full statement: Seven years after enactment of Obamacare, I wanted to support legislation that made positive changes to rescue healthcare in America. “Unfortunately, Read More