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POLL: Should 'ObamaCare' Be Repealed?

Friday marked the two-year anniversary of the legislation.

Friday marked the second anniversary of the health care reform law commonly referred to as "ObamaCare."

As you might expect, several New Hampshire GOP lawmakers, including Congressman Frank Guinta and Sen. Kelly Ayotte, issued statements criticizing the legislation. Guinta called it "one of the most flawed pieces of legislation ever passed by Congress," while Ayotte said "it's clear that massive government interference in the health care marketplace has failed."

New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Ray Buckley, meanwhile, praised the legislation, saying it has helped millions of people "receive quality, affordable health care."

What do you think? Do you agree with Guinta and Ayotte that the health care reform law should be repealed? Or do you think it's working fine and should be left alone? Vote in our poll below, and leave a comment with your thoughts.

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