Sen. John Thune says Affordable Care Act should be scrapped
Secretary Sebelius will testify next week in front of the Senate Finance Committee about the health care exchange website and the Affordable Care Act.
One of the members of the committee is Senator John Thune of South Dakota.
The republican says the problem with the Affordable Care Act, is not just it's website, it's the bill itself.
"Fixing the website and getting IT people in to try and correct that isn't going to solve the problem with Obamacare. They're just much more profound much deeper than that, and I think this law is flawed and needs to be scrapped and we need to start over," said Sen. John Thune, (R) South Dakota.
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