Norquist urges GOP leaders to seek one-year delay of ObamaCare (Aug 07, 2013)
08/07/13 7:54 PM ET
A group of conservatives led by anti-tax activist Grover Norquist is pushing for a one-year delay of ObamaCare in the government funding bills that must be passed this fall.
Lawmakers on that side said they will oppose any government funding bill that includes money for ObamaCare, a strategy likely to prompt a stalemate that could cause the government to shutter.
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