SALT LAKE CITY -- Rep. Dixon Pitcher, R-Ogden, doesn't like the Affordable Care Act -- "Obamacare" -- but he thinks it's time to move on to other topics in the waning days of the Legislature.
Pitcher voted against a resolution, HCR 10, asking the federal government to consider the impact the change in health care will have on local kids and students.
"My constituents tell me they don't want me to posture anymore. In this case, the Supreme Court has decided the Affordable Care Act will stand. Let's not use our money, time, our steam, our hours in debating these issues," he said.
The resolution passed the House 53-17 and moves to the Senate.