Madison, WI (WXOW) - Governor Scott Walker told reporters Thursday that he will continue to oppose ObamaCare despite the U.S. Supreme Court upholding the central part of the federal law.
He said, " One of my first acts as Governor was to authorize Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen to add Wisconsin to the federal lawsuit opposing ObamaCare. Wisconsin will not take any action to implement ObamaCare. I am hopeful that political changes in Washington D.C. later this year ultimately end the implementation of this law at the federal level. "
Gov. Walker said the federal government should not tell individuals and families what to do with healthcare.
He says the decision creates uncertainty for Wisconsin businesses and that's bad for job growth.
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