A letter from Rob Engstrom, U.S. Chamber of Commerce – Supreme Court Decision Fundamentally Flawed

Fundamentally Flawed

Dear Friend,

Today, the Supreme Court of the United States issued their much-anticipated ruling on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, upholding the law as Constitutional.

While we respect the Court’s ruling, it doesn’t change the clear reality that this health care law is fundamentally flawed and immensely unpopular with the American people.

Without much-needed reforms, this law is certain to cost many Americans their employer-based health insurance, undermine job creation, and raise health care costs for us all.

Following today’s outcome, one thing is true. Our country can’t afford the failed policies from the last few years, allowing Congress to ram through legislation that stifles growth with taxes and mandates instead of spurring it with American enterprise.

After leading the fight against Obamacare two years ago, we have 131 days until the election to finish what we started, and send a clear message to Washington.

Now more than ever, we need your help. The U.S. Chamber is engaged in our most aggressive efforts in our 100 year history to hold candidates accountable for their position on the issues most consequential to our economy. With your continued support, candidates can’t hide from their vote in favor of Obamacare.

We need policymakers to work with job creators, instead of against them, to develop genuine, common sense reforms that will control costs, improve access, ensure quality, and promote wellness.

These are the reforms we need. And they are absolutely achievable. And with the Court’s decision, the need for action has never been greater.

We hope you’ll be a part of this effort to bring real, true, and meaningful reform that improves the quality and affordability of health care that Americans receive and stand with us in the coming days. It’s time to remind Washington that at the end of the day – voters have the final say.


Rob Engstrom
Senior Vice President and National Political Director
U.S. Chamber of Commerce


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