Recently Barack Obama, the president of the United said had made a statement saying that his signature health care law is "here to stay" and repealing it is not an option.
"I'll work with anybody who wants to work with me to continue to improve our health care system and our health care laws, but the law I passed is here to stay," Politico quoted Obama as saying at a campaign event in Ohio.
After the Supreme Court passed a decision upholding the law, Republicans have vowed to renew their efforts to get rid of the law.
But Obama defended the provisions in his law saying that they will benefit Americans, and keeping insurance companies from abusing their power.I'm running because I believe that in American no one should go bankrupt because they get sick," Obama said.
To "try and move forward and make sure that every American has affordable health insurance and that the insurance companies are treating them fairly. That's what we fought for, that's what we're going to keep. We are moving forward," he said.
"We will not go back to the days when insurance companies prey on the sick," Obama said.