Love talks health care, going to D.C., raising money on Live@4

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Congresswoman Mia Love says the toughest thing about Washington is trying to influence unelected bureaucrats -- the best thing is that she has been welcomed and helped by so many of her new colleagues.

Love stopped by the FOX 13 studios for a wide-ranging interview on Live@4.

She explained her Resolution calling for the repeal of a tax on insurance premiums, one of the funding measures that supports the Affordable Care Act.

She also told FOX 13 why her campaign started raising money already, pulling in about $432,000 in the first three months of 2015.

"What I wanted to do was concentrate pretty much on working, and I think that's what the people of the fourth district want me to do, instead of playing catch-up, so I can concentrate most of my time on working and keeping the promises that I made to them," Love said.

2 comments

  • Phil

    “What I wanted to do was concentrate pretty much on working, and I think that’s what the people of the fourth district want me to do, instead of playing catch-up, so I can concentrate most of my time on working and keeping the promises that I made to them,” Love said.
    What does this mean____________ “her campaign started raising money already” time spent is time spent

  • ANOTHERBOB

    Something that liberals just can’t stand it’s a female, African American, Republican in the US House. Thank goodness Mia Love beat Doug Owens, the guy who blocked Legacy Highway for so long and cost Utah millions of dollars due to the delay.

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