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Congressman Ralph Norman, who was elected in June to represent South Carolina's 5th District, said it was "frustrating" that Senate Republicans were unable to pass a "skinny repeal" of the Affordable Care Act. He said House lawmakers will likely be back to work on the issue once they are back in session in September. David Thackham dthackham@heraldonline.com
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