A measure was introduced Tuesday by Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., and other Republicans to roll back by one year the starting date of Affordable Care Act initiatives scheduled for the beginning of next year or later. "Given that Obamacare provides various waivers and exemptions, and that the president himself concedes the bill is not ready to be implemented, it's clear to me that a total delay ... is the fairest and most realistic plan to prevent the law from wreaking havoc on all Americans," Flake said.

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