Marco Rubio arrived at his Town Hall at the Elks Lodge in Salem, New Hampshire, shortly after the U.S. Supreme Court decision came down, essentially saying that Obamacare is here to stay.
Rubio says he still opposes the health law and blasted those justices who upheld the it.
"At least as many as six people on the Supreme Court who think theyir job is to fix Obamacare, as opposed to rule on whether or not it's different provision or constitutional. We need to get back to an era where we have judges who understand that the Constitution serves to limit government, not to expand it," he said.
Betty Gay of Salem, then asked what Rubio feels Republicans should say about abortion.
"I believe all human life is worthy of saving, particularly innocent human lives," the Florida Republican senator said.
Asked if he would try to overturn Roe v, Wade Rubio, said, "Yes, I would like to see the Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade. I would. Is it going to happen tomorrow? It isn't. And so, in the meantime, I think we have an obligation to the extent possible, to save as many innocent lives as we can."
Social liberals don't like that answer, but right-leaning Republicans are listening closely to see if Rubio passes their conservative test, since many are concerned that a moderate primary nominee would follow in the footsteps of John McCain and Mitt Romney.
There was a question on Rubio's recent vote in support of Obama's trade bill from a woman who said, "There has been some controversy on whether or not you actually read the bill. And a lot of fiscal conservatives in the senate voted for it. Why did you vote for it?"
"First of all, a couple of points. I did read the bill. It's not Obama trade, it's free trade," Rubio responded.
Rubio went on to say he didn't approve a "trade bill" - that he voted on fast track authority - which he says, even Ronald Reagan supported.