- The Washington Times - Monday, January 5, 2015

Rep.-elect Mia Love vowed to walk the talk she promised voters of Utah and that as part of that pledge, she would stand strong on Obamacare and push for its repeal and replacement.

Specifically, she vowed to “do everything humanly possible to stop Obamacare,” she said during an interview on “This Week” on ABC News.

“Look, I was elected by my district to make sure we get the decision-making back in their hands,” she said, National Review Online reported. “And I’ve said I was going to do everything I can to repeal and replace it with broad health-care reforms, free-market health-care reforms. And that’s exactly what I’m going to do.”

Ms. Love was elected in a tight race against Democrat Doug Owens. She made the strong statement in response to ABC host Martha Raddatz’s question about whether she would support Sen. Ted Cruz’s plan to defund, repeal or dismantle Obamacare.

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