President Obama said Wednesday that there are lines he “can’t cross” as Republicans again set out to dismantle his signature healthcare law.
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“There are certainly some lines I’m going to draw,” he said in his first remarks since the midterm elections, in which every Republican winner opposed the law.
“Repeal of the law, I won’t sign,” he said.
While he said he would be open to “responsible changes” to the law, he did not provide examples of changes he would support and said he was waiting to hear the priorities of the new Congress.