Deseret News archives
Congressman Jim Matheson recently voted to repeal Obamacare. But in January 2011, after being safely re-elected, he voted against repeal.
Looking back to 2010, Matheson cast a crucial vote in favor of Obamacare to bring it to the floor for a vote. Then, however, when it was obvious that his vote was not necessary for passage, he voted against the measure.
Where does Matheson really stand on the issue? It appears that depends on how close we are to the next election.
Rey W. Johnson
- Why one Mormon man left Hollywood to be a...
- Dan Liljenquist: Detroit is sending a message...
- George F. Will: President Obama's epiphanies...
- Jay Evensen: Utah inversions — 100...
- In our opinion: Refinery should be allowed to...
- Letter: American billionaires
- Letter: Golden goose
- My view: Ask a veteran about their health care
- In our opinion: Don't raise the minimum... 65
- My view: Fix Obamacare, don't replace it 63
- Robert Bennett: Create wealth before... 44
- Andrew Morriss: No, Congress should not... 42
- Letter: American billionaires 34
- In our opinion: No more 'Government... 33
- Can Mandela's legacy revive the GOP? 32
- President should not act without... 28