Sunday, March 24, 2013
Marking the 3rd anniversary of Obamacare, Reps. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) and Doug Collins (R-GA-9) co-authored an op-ed about the Defund Obamacare Act (H.R. 1005) and why they will continue working to stop the law.
Sunday, March 24
Dear Editor: Marking the 3rd anniversary of Obamacare, which was signed into law March 23, 2010, Reps. Tom Graves (R-GA-14) and Doug Collins (R-GA-9) co-authored an op-ed featured in this week’s Pickens County Progress about the Defund Obamacare Act (H.R. 1005) and why they will continue working to stop the law. Why We’re Still Working To Stop Obamacare By: Reps. Tom Graves and Doug Collins We remain optimistic that Obamacare can and will be repealed. While the 2012 election results and the Supreme Court decision might seem to suggest otherwise, it’s important to remember that the law has just begun to take effect. In fact, Obamacare won’t be in full force until 2014. Recently, a joint report issued by the Republican members of House and …
Tuesday, July 3, 2012
The three GOP candidates for Georgia House District 66, part of which covers a portion of Paulding County, respond to the Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Care Act.
The three Republican candidates for Georgia House District 66 recently responded to the Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Care Act. The Supreme Court decided to uphold the individual insurance mandate as a tax, holding that Obamacare is constitutional. Georgia was one of 28 states to challenge the constitutionality of the law. Candidate Mike Miller's statement: I find the decision today by the Supreme Court regarding Obamacare to be very disappointing, said Miller. Today, the highest court in the country has jeopardized the economic and personal freedoms that Georgians hold so dear by upholding the individual mandate and granting unlimited power to the federal government. Governor Nathan Deal and Attorney General Sam Olens led the…
Saturday, May 19, 2012
The representative of Georgia’s 11th district also discussed gay marriage, Obamacare and this year’s presidential race Monday night.
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
The representative of Georgia’s 11th district discussed the economy, gay marriage, Obamacare and this year’s presidential race Monday night.
On the heels of President Barack Obama's stated support of gay marriage, Congressman Phil Gingrey, R-Marietta, addressed the issue during a town-hall meeting Monday night at Mount Paran Christian School in Kennesaw. “I don’t like the secularism that’s occurring in this country one bit and I think it is incumbent upon those of us [that] stand strong, to stand very strong, in regard to that and say ‘look, Billy and I believe that marriage is a sacrament,’” Gingrey said. “I’m not ashamed to say that, and I won’t be ashamed to say that, and I hope our nominee on my side of the aisle will not back away from saying that and stand strongly.” Gingrey, who is up for reelection this fall, said he will continue to “stand strong for Christian, …