The Affordable Care Act, also known as the ACA or more informally as Obamacare, has now been law for seven years. But with Republicans controlling the White House and Congress, a battle is under way to repeal it and substitute another health law.
In a special commentary released to the media at large, Georgia Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle details his objections to the ACA and endorses the national repeal effort. And citing his goals as chairman of the recently formed state Health Care Reform Task Force, he offers opinions on what should be done about health care at the state level.