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  • Angry Town Hall Meetings on Health Care Law, and Few Answers New York Times by Thomas Kaplan—Michelle Roelandts had a question for her congressman: If the Affordable Care Act and its premium subsidies were repealed, what would happen when her daughter turns 26 this year and needs to get her own health insurance while attending law school? Representative Jim Sensenbrenner, a durable Wisconsin Republican who has served in the House since 1979, had little to offer in response. “If I could give you an answer today, I would, but I can’t,” Mr. Sensenbrenner said at a town-hall-style meeting on Saturday, where about 70 people packed a room at the Pewaukee Public Library.

  • GOP Chairman: Town Hall Protests Won't Alter Obamacare Repeal Plans The Hill by Peter Sullivan—House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-Texas) said Monday that crowds of people at town halls across the country worried about the fate of Obamacare will not alter Republican plans to repeal and replace the law. Brady, a key player on healthcare, was asked by reporters if the pro-Obamacare sentiment at town halls would have any impact on the Republican push to repeal and replace. "I don't think it will,” Brady replied.

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