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Repeal ObamaCare: Make the Senate Vote

After a historic vote to repeal ObamaCare in the House, it's time for the Senate to vote on this measure, but Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says he won't even put ObamaCare on the agenda.

This is a troubling tactic that ignores the desires of most Americans who spoke clearly on Election Day, voters who want the pro-abortion, government-run ObamaCare repealed.

Stand with the American Center for Law and Justice and demand that the Senate give ObamaCare an up-or-down vote. The House vote to repeal is just the beginning. There's now legislative momentum in Congress to derail ObamaCare either through repeal or defunding the law.

At the same time, the ACLJ is moving forward with its legal challenge to stop ObamaCare. A federal judge has already ruled parts of ObamaCare as unconstitutional!

The American people deserve a vote in the Senate on whether to repeal ObamaCare. Don't let Harry Reid get away with this obstructionist tactic. Stand with the ACLJ now. Sign on to our petition demanding an up-or-down vote on ObamaCare in the Senate.

Petition to Repeal ObamaCare

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The House of Representatives took a bold move in their historic vote to repeal ObamaCare; and if the Senate wants to fairly represent the electorate, its time for a Senate vote as well.

But, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is acting as an obstructionist and says he won't even put ObamaCare on the agenda. This is a troubling political tactic that ignores the desires of most Americans who spoke clearly on Election Day, voters who want the pro-abortion, government-run ObamaCare repealed.

According to a federal judge, the health care reform law represents an unconstitutional infringement by the federal government on the private lives and individual rights of American citizens. It also funnels taxpayer dollars into the hands of abortion providers, which violates the conscience of millions. It is clear that a majority of Americans oppose this ill-conceived legislation.

We urge you to use the full influence of your elected position to see that the obstructionist tactics of Senator Harry Reid are stopped and that the Senate moves forward with a vote on the repeal of ObamaCare.

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