After the Senate failed to move forward with measures to repeal the Affordable Care Act, some Republican lawmakers doubt it’ll get repealed at all. Alabama’s third district representative Mike Rogers weighed in on the matter, saying because of a busy legislative schedule, it’s unlikely that health care reform will come up again. Rogers is in town while the House of Representatives is in recess until September. He has two town hall meetings scheduled for August tenth. He says he usually holds three or four during the August recess, but has opted to hold two large meetings to accommodate a larger crowd.