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HAYS, KAN. – U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) today released the following statement on the one-year anniversary of President Obama signing the health care bill into law on March 23:

“One year after passage, the so-called health care reform law is yet another example of Washington’s ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach – an approach that has failed many times before. The simple truth is our health care challenges can be addressed without sacrificing quality and access to care. In order to do so, we must replace this damaging new law with commonsense reforms that strengthen our health care system and that Americans support. The result would be exactly what Kansans have asked for all along: lower costs and greater access to quality care.”

To read more about Sen. Moran’s proposals for replacing the health care law with commonsense reforms that increase competition, quality and choice in our health care system, click here.


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On Tuesday, March 15, Senator Moran discusses the regulatory environment for small town banks in Kansas with the Treasury Secretary and Housing and Urban Development during the Banking Committee hearing entitled: "The Administration's Report Congress: Reforming America's Housing Finance Market"
We have before us an opportunity to set aside the game of politics and to work together to confront the enormous challenges before us. Whether we have the courage to tackle our fiscal crisis now will determine the course of our country for the next generation. I stand ready to work with my colleagues in this chamber to do what it takes to get our economy back on track.
The decade of delay is over. I am relieved that our airmen and women and our Kansas workers can now look to the future with certainty. Replacing the aging tanker fleet with the next-generation Boeing tanker is essential to the security of our country and safety of our troops, and is a much-needed economic boost to our state. Let’s get to work.