Yeah, I don’t know what she’s talking about either.
Via Weekly Standard:
As he stepped off an escalator leading from the Capitol’s underground subway system to the U.S. Senate, Ron Johnson opened up a yellow folder, pulled out a copy of the “If You Like Your Health Plan, You Can Keep It Act,” and handed it to fellow senator Chris Coons.
“I look forward to reading this,” said Coons, a Democrat from Delaware.
“It’s the president’s exact language,” replied Johnson, a Republican from Wisconsin. […]
When asked if Americans should be able to keep their current plans, Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin would only say, “What I’m understanding is that people, like in Florida, are getting advice on transitioning and hopefully they’ll have a higher quality, lower-cost plan.”