Ben Sasse: D.C. ‘Hasn’t Been Serious’ About Health Care Reform ‘In Quite Some Time’

‘I want to see as a health care system where American families can buy the policies they want’

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SASSE: "The House bill was not going to be the bill we were going to vote on in the Senate either way. The House passed something that created a reset moment for the Senate to tackle repeal and replace. I want to see as a health care system where American families can buy the policies they want the goes with them across job and geographic change and frankly this city hasn’t been serious about dealing with health care reform that were going to need. That’s what I like to see us do."

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