“We’ve had a slow recovery from the recession. … People in our district are still suffering from it,” (David Wilson Brown) said. The wealthy, Brown said, have “taken the lion’s share of that recovery and have just gotten wealthier.”
He said he would vote to fix problems with the Affordable Care Act but wants to largely keep it in place.
“Republicans have done everything they could to completely cut it off at the knees,” he said, despite the fact that it is based on ideas first advanced by the GOP.
“The Affordable Care Act was a Republican plan before it was a Democratic plan,” Brown said.
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