U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, brought his criticism of the Affordable Care Act to Austin on Saturday when he spoke to physicians and staff at the fall conference of the Texas Medical Association.
Fresh off his failed attempt in Washington, D.C., to defund the federal health insurance overhaul, Cruz outlined his arguments against the new law in his first public appearance in Texas since congressional leaders reopened the government.
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