VIDEO RELEASE: Kline Discusses Pending Supreme Court Health Care Decision on C-SPAN’s Newsmakers
WASHINGTON, D.C. | June 25, 2012 -
House Committee on Education and the Workforce Chairman John Kline (R-MN) on Sunday appeared on C-SPAN’s Newsmakers program to discuss the Supreme Court’s pending decision on ObamaCare, as well as House Republicans’ commitment to repeal the law and advance commonsense, step-by-step reforms that lower health care costs.
Congressional Quarterly’s Richard Cohen asked Chairman Kline what he thinks will happen in Congress after the Supreme Court issues its decision. Watch as Chairman Kline shares his thoughts below:
"We want to be very careful not to do what Speaker Pelosi and the Democrats did in jamming through legislation, so nowhere in our discussions are we looking at a big 2,700 page, or 2,200 page, or some thousand-page replacement bill for the Affordable Care Act. We think that is the wrong thing to do."
To view the rest of the Chairman Kline’s remarks on health care, as well as a discussion on student loan interest rates and job training reform, click here.