Health care reform advocates protested in front of Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine’s office Monday to oppose the state’s role in a lawsuit against the Affordable Care Act.
Progress Ohio and Ohio Consumers for Health Coverage coördinated the demonstration.
A.G. DeWine was in Washington, D.C. Monday to help make the case against the act, which opposition said is unconstitutional.
Protestors said that the Affordable Care Act was working in Ohio.
Several unions, church organizations and health care advocacy groups also took part in the demonstration.
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