He noted that this is "the one time that Congress can do what it does best — nothing — and this thing goes away."
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"What did we tell the voters last November? We told them we're committed to getting rid of this law," said Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, a leading House conservative. "Put it on the president's desk, actually make him veto it."
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