Even as staunch conservatives continue to call for the repeal of the new health care law, there are signs that some Republicans are wary about how that move would be perceived in November.
North Carolina’s senior senator now acknowledges there are some good things in the health care package that President Obama signed earlier this month.
Republican Senator Richard Burr tells North Carolina Policy Watch that he would rather “replace” parts of the bill or see a “a series of fixes” moving forward to further contain costs and improve care.
For a preview of Senator Burr’s interview with Chris Fitzsimon, please click below:
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