Senator Rand Paul has introduced legislation to repeal much of ObamaCare and replace it with reforms giving Americans greater flexibility in purchasing health insurance and care.

President-elect Donald Trump’s healthcare plan is nearly complete, and he has promised that it will offer “insurance for everybody.” 

Every Republican except Rand Paul voted on January 12 to approve a budget resolution that would dismantle the Affordable Care Act — popularly known as ObamaCare.

Despite an executive order supposedly prohibiting ObamaCare from funding abortion-on-demand, the healthcare law, with a little help from the Obama administration, is doing exactly that in a variety of ways.

Three-fourths of fraudulent applications for ObamaCare insurance submitted by federal investigators were approved, in some cases without requiring any corroborating documentation, according to a recent Government Accountability Office report.

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