PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A handful of Republican congressmen from our area are coming out against the GOP Healthcare bill.Family Holds Balloon Release For 'Gentle Soul' 17-Year-Old Nasir Muhammad, Gunned Down In Front Of Mom's Home
Six area GOP Congressmen aren’t on board with the health care plan in its current form, according to CBS News.
In Pennsylvania, it’s all four of the local Republicans.
– Brian Fitzpatrick from Bucks County
– Pat Meehan from Delaware county
– Ryan Costello in Chester CountyREAD MORE: More Than 800 Baby Turtles Safe In Stockton University's Care Thanks To Quick Thinking, Little Innovation
– Charlie Dent from Lehigh County.
And then in South Jersey, it’s a “nay” from two out of the three GOP reps: Chris Smith and Frank LoBiondo.
LoBiondo, on Twitter and Facebook, says his concerns about Medicaid and pre-existing conditions haven’t been resolved.
Morning #SouthJersey. Vote on healthcare bill set for 1-2pm. My concerns about Medicaid, preexisting conditions not resolved. Will vote NO
— Frank LoBiondo (@RepLoBiondo) May 4, 2017
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