Congressman Mike Conaway vowed to continue to fight ObamaCare at his town hall meeting Wednesday at the Stephens County District Courtroom.
“I think it will eventually fail,” he said. “The rollout was done in an incompetent manner and a lot of the bad outweighs the good.”
Conaway also pointed out that his district, District 11, was one of the three most conservative districts in the United States. “Not all Republicans are the same, he said.
Conaway also pointed out in the hour-long meeting that the Appropriation Bill passed and had some good issues that will help Americans get back on track and cut government spending.
The bill will reduce IRS spending, push EPA employment cuts and prevented any cuts from the Department of Defense.


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Congressman Mike Conaway holds a town hall meeting Wednesday at the Stephens County Courthouse.
Congressman Mike Conaway holds a town hall meeting Wednesday at the Stephens County Courthouse. (Rob Durham)