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Sen. Joe Donnelly opposes GOP’s push to repeal Affordable Care Act

Republican leaders in Congress have taken their first steps to begin repealing the Affordable Care Act. While U.S. Senator Joe Donnelly says now is a good time to make improvements, he says they don’t don’t have any sort of plan to replace it.

In a video statement recorded for his constituents, Donnelly said, “I have long said that the health care law is not perfect, and I have offered many ways we can improve it. I have been willing to work with anyone—Republican or Democrat—to improve the health care system in our country. But what I won’t do is support any effort that would create chaos in the insurance marketplace, increasing premiums and taking away insurance from over 20 million Americans.”

Sen. Donnelly’s full video statement is below:

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