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U.S. Chamber CEO Thomas Donohue. (Photo: AP)

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce will push this year to fix what it views as flaws in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act but has concluded it won’t be able “to get rid of” the health care law.

“The administration is obviously committed to keeping the law in place, so the chamber has been working pragmatically to fix those parts of Obamacare that can be fixed — while doing everything we can to make regulations and mandates as manageable as possible for businesses,” the group’s CEO, Thomas Donohue, said in his annual State of American Business address in Washington. “In 2014, we will work to repeal onerous healthcare taxes; repeal, delay or change the employer mandate; and give companies and their employees more flexibility in the choice of health insurance plans.”

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