GOP lawmakers want to delay additional ACA mandates by a year

09/11/2013 | Washington Times, The

A measure was introduced Tuesday by Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., and other Republicans to roll back the starting date of Affordable Care Act initiatives scheduled for the beginning of next year or later by one year. "Given that [the law] provides various waivers and exemptions, and that the president himself concedes the bill is not ready to be implemented, it's clear to me that a total delay ... is the fairest and most realistic plan to prevent the law from wreaking havoc on all Americans," Flake said.

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