4 ways to repeal Obamacare

This article originally appeared in Fox News on December 11, 2023.

After previous elections highlighted the fight to repeal and replace Obamacare. Republicans are eager to move on from healthcare to more favorable political terrain like fiscal management and national security.

Obamacare has grown more popular and Republican voters are less excited about repealing the law. Donald Trump’s renewed commitment to repeal Obamacare worries Republicans eager to make the 2024 election a referendum on President Joe Biden’s handling of inflation, border security and international conflicts.

However, former president Barack Obama’s strategy of transferring healthcare costs from patients to taxpayers provides conservatives an opportunity to focus on increasing affordability by actually reducing costs. Democratic healthcare policies have left millions at risk of losing their coverage, and even Massachusetts Democrat Sen. Elizabeth Warren noting the industry consolidation and rising costs that resulted from Obama’s signature law.

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