Corker called the move "a nice step but it's not going to solve the problem," lamenting that "we've had so many people in our state -- it's just been amazing -- are in such emotional distress over the fact that they've gotten cancellations and haven't been able to purchase a policy.
"I don't support the [Affordable Care Act] but I'm not going to oppose fixes to it," he said. "Again, it's a very, very small step. ... It's going to affect a few people in a good way."