Rep. Conyers: Why the Uproar Over ‘Small and Modest’ ObamaCare Law?

‘It’s just unimaginable the actions they would turn to, to get their way on a very small and modest bill’

Conyers: Obamacare Is a 'Very Small and Modest Bill' (CNS News)

(CNSNews.com) - Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) calls Obamacare a “very small and modest bill,” even though he previously said he failed to see the point in reading it "if it's a thousand pages" and required lawyers to decipher it.

During an Oct. 17 appearance on “Democracy Now!” Conyers criticized lawmakers who had partially shut down the government in the fight against Obamacare, expressing concern about what might happen when a single-payer system is proposed.

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