South Carolina May be about to Free Itself from ObamaCare

If there’s one thing Americans do best, it’s problem solving. When they see an obstacle, they find a way around it. As popular support for ObamaCare continues to fall from its already dismal position, it’s become clear to everyone – even former supporters – that the Affordable Care Act is the country’s “problem du jour.” So, people are looking for ways to extricate themselves from the President’s mess. So far, they’ve have limited success, but that may be about to change.

It appears that South Carolina might actually become the first state to pass a law that would, essentially, free its citizens from ObamaCare.

The bill is H3101 – “The South Carolina Freedom of Health Care Protection Act.” It passed the State House of Representatives back in May, but it failed to make it through the Senate before the body adjourned in June. Democrats rejoiced, but the celebration was premature. It remained on the Senate calendar, and has been fast-tracked for consideration when lawmakers reconvene for the next regular session in January.

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