WASHINGTON D.C. (WTVB) - There’s no letup in Michigan 7th District Republican Congressman Tim Walberg’s strong criticism of the implementation of federal health care reform efforts. Walberg says he's hearing from constituents that are frustrated with issues with HealthCare.gov, and others that say they're losing their health insurance with their policies cancelled
Walberg added that, though he was not in favor of Obamacare as it was passed, he's not happy to see the effort falter. In Walberg’s words, there’s chagrin taking place and it’s hurtful for our citizens to see what the reality of health reform is without any way for them to handle it either financially in many, many cases, or bureaucratically in almost every case because it’s just not working. Walberg says he and other Republican lawmakers would still like to "repeal and replace" the Affordable Care Act.