NJ Gov Will Take Time On Obamacare

Though the United States Supreme Court upheld some crucial parts of President Barack Obama’s federal health care system, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie declared that he will not rush into putting up a New Jersey health insurance exchange.

The governor who was dismayed of the Supreme Court ruling on the law that calls for a health care overhaul, said that New Jersey should wait for the outcome of this November’s election before taking any steps to comply with the so-called Obamacare. However, the Republican governor said that he will comply with the “hard deadlines” the said law set forth.

Christie believes that a health insurance exchange is not appropriate for the people of New Jersey who should have a choice with regards to their health care. “I still believe this is the wrong approach for the people of New Jersey who should be able to make their own judgments about health care,” said the governor who considered Obamacare as a mere “tax on middle-class Americans.”

The governor views it that if Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney will win the elections, there will be no more Obamacare.

On the other hand, Democrat lawmakers in New Jersey have announced recently to reintroduce a bill which Christie earlier vetoed, that aims to set up a health insurance exchange that will allow New Jersey residents to buy their health plans.


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