When it comes to health care reform, Sean promised four years ago that he’d work to either “reform the reform” or “repeal and replace” Obamacare. When it became apparent that there was no appetite in Congress to ‘reform’ this misguided law, which raises more than $800 billion in taxes and fees on families and small businesses and causes health care premiums to skyrocket, Sean voted to repeal the bill. He has voted to repeal Obamacare dozens of times now, and he has also kept his promise to introduce his own proposal. Sean’s market-focused proposal retains the few good portions of Obamacare, but puts doctors and patients in charge of health decisions, rather than unelected government bureaucrats. His plan requires insurance companies to cover people with pre-existing conditions, gets rid of junk lawsuits, allows children to stay on their parents insurance longer, roots out waste, fraud and abuse in Medicare, and allows people to buy insurance across state lines. Most importantly, his plan’s singular focus is on lowering health care costs for everyone – not on protecting the special interests.