Even though a bill in Washington to repeal and replace Obamacare never materialized with a lack of Republican support, a federal lawmaker does not believe all is lost.
Congressman Rodney Davis says a repeal and replacement plan for Obamacare could still happen. He believes something needs to be done as healthcare costs continue to rise under Obamacare.
Davis hopes to work to get Americans on Medicaid into a workplace and onto an employer based healthcare system, which he feels should be the goal of the government.
According to Davis, President Trump has been engaged in the process and wants something to get done.
Davis says he was disappointed when the healthcare bill they had in place failed a few weeks ago.