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I'm telling you about the major decision from the court on immigration we also learned today the Supreme Court will issue its decision.
On the health care law.
On Thursday for sure without a doubt.
As of right now could that change stricker it's for sure for sure for sure for sure for sure for sure we'll take -- there is -- -- most states already have plans in place to move forward.
One way or the other depending on the -- listen to this and -- -- press GF Capel.
Find -- -- 7% of voters.
Think that if the Supreme Court finds a law unconstitutional.
The president and congress should start work finding new health care bill.
Say they should lead the health care system as it is Wyoming senator John process is chairman of the senate Republican policy committee joins us and from the supreme.
Our court today to -- to -- ball.
Regardless of what happens on Thursday.
Why did change based on that -- What -- it never went change that we should make to the health care system regardless of what we get from the Supreme Court.
Well we'll Jenna people know what they want under health care they want the care that they need.
From a doctor that they choose not that the government chooses or an insurance company chooses but that they choose.
At a lower cost and that's the problem with the health care law that we have now which I hope the Supreme Court.
Strikes down as unconstitutional.
But if we if this is struck down I think in part we're gonna try to repeal the rest of it and then work in a step by step way.
To actually get the American people what they need and asked for in terms of Health Care Reform not this 2700.
Law that is is really too too.
Too voluminous to be read into incoherent to be understood.
You're already looking forward to the decision on that having to read through.
What the -- opinion will be on Thursday that's going to be really interesting senator you know one the other things that folks are really concerned about is the economy.
And I -- your ideal is that the entire helped her -- struck down if that happens according to the CBO that nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office.
That budget deficit will increase by more than 200 billion dollars that's -- the bill it is completely shut down so.
What do we do about that part senator if that is why is done in our budget deficit goes up by two and a billion dollars -- -- -- -- Well you're right people are very worried about the economy that's what I hear about every weekend at home.
In Wyoming we have eight point 2% unemployment we have college graduates who can't find work consistent with.
The training in the education they've gotten they're stuck with large.
But when they talk about some of these numbers -- the law struck down remember this is a health care law.
That is full love budget tricks accounting gimmicks and and -- broken promises so.
I think when you actually get down to the real cost of this health care law the cost is that it's close so much uncertainty for the businesses of the country the people that actually.
Hire people to put people back to work.
That business is all around the country have been reluctant.
To make that decision and the commitment.
To hire someone new because of the threats coming out of the Obama administration of increasing taxes.
The mandates of the health care law and additional red tape and regulations.
Which make it harder and more expensive for the private sector to create jobs.
That's what's on people's minds.
Senator any indications from the court today -- immigration law that you're taking I was.
Again some sort of indication of what we might see on Thursday.
No I think it's anyone's guess I was in the court today hoping that there'd be a ruling today.
Try to be back in the court on Thursday obviously there's a lot of interest in this because it has a huge impact felt on the economy and I think that this.
Health care law whether they find -- constitutional or not.
It is still unworkable.
It is still.
And can be as a nation it is very -- and it's not it's unaffordable.
Senator -- practice sound -- as a lawmaker Abbas was shot and -- -- doctor again.
There's an orthopedic surgeon taking care of people in Wyoming.
Comfort for 25 years when I go back there and say under the health care -- so far do you think you're ending up paying more for your care less people -- say they're gonna end up.
Paying more in the -- -- think the quality -- and availability of high quality care for -- was gonna go up or down under the president's health care law.
And they think it's going to go down and as a result.
You know people don't wanna pay more -- -- -- but that's what they're -- -- -- health care law which is why it's so on.
Popular daily asked if his -- had it breaks had a couple knee surgery says that he -- you couple recovered that's next I'm sure -- semi have been asking about -- -- he says are.
He's recuperating knees up time thank you editor of the pleasure having -- again hopefully we'll talk on Thursday when we get the ruling -- I'm -- thank.
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