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Mon January 3, 2011
Rep. Upton: Repealing health care law is top priority
Republican Congressman Fred Upton, who represents Michigan's 6th District, says his fellow GOP lawmakers will go after the new health care law piece by piece. Upton made the comments yesterday on "Fox News Sunday."
As The Associated Press reports:
That effort, says Rep. Fred Upton of Michigan, will follow a vote to repeal the health care law outright. Such a vote could come early in the new year after the GOP takes control of the House. Upton is the incoming chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, and he says that repealing the health care law is his top priority.
Upton says he hopes for a vote before President Obama gives this year's State of the Union address.