Obamacare: The majority of Americans now say “don’t repeal”
Obamacare is more popular than ever, but with opponents of the law firmly in control of government, its future remains more uncertain than ever.
“My family has been in the Ozarks since the 1800s. We are historically a Republican family, we are a farming family, we’re an NRA family, we’re an army family.” That’s how 25-year-old Kati McFarland prefaced her question to Senator Tom Cotton at his Arkansas Town Hall meeting on February 23.
And then, she added:
“Without the coverage for pre-existing conditions, I will ...