If South Carolina Republicans can pull it off and pass this bill into law, the Palmetto State may very well be the model for the other 49 states to follow.
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If the president can exempt himself from his own atrocious law, why can’t the state of South Carolina do the same for its citizens? Well, it certainly appears that the Palmetto State is going to actually try to become the first state to pass a law that would free its citizens and businesses from the Affordable Care Act.
According to Cain.tv:
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.