NOTE : Speaker Boehner filed an amicus brief in this case in November supporting the position of American small businesses and most states that the job-destroying health care law is unconstitutional. Two weeks ago, the new House majority voted to repeal the job-destroying health care law – which 200 economists call “a barrier to job growth” – and began work on replacing it with common-sense reforms aimed at lowering costs and protecting American jobs.
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