Statements about Health Care
Rob Portman shares "radical, ideological views" toward women.
Says Sen. Sherrod Brown "cast the deciding vote on the government takeover of health care."
Betty Sutton "gutted Medicare by $500 billion" with her vote for the president's health care bill.
Says the health care reform bill was paid for, in part, by taking money from students and the student loan system.
Jim Renacci "voted repeatedly to end Medicare."
Sen. Sherrod Brown’s vote helped pass "Barack Obama’s job-killing health care law, which slapped small businesses throughout Ohio with a $500 billion tax increase."
An independent payment advisory board created by the health care reform law "can ration care and deny certain Medicare treatments."
"The fact is 90-percent of Down Syndrome children were aborted in this country."
"When (Marcy) Kaptur fought for the Democrats' prescription drug benefit for seniors, (Dennis) Kucinich voted no."
An independent payment advisory board created by in the health care reform law is "like a Medicare IRS with the power to cut Medicare in order to pay for new government programs."
Attacks on Planned Parenthood "come at a time when the poverty rate among women is the highest in nearly two decades and 1 in 5 women under 65 don’t have access to health care."
Says that even if you have no children, "under Obamacare, you would still have to carry insurance that covers pediatric, maternity and newborn care even though you do not need it."
"Rep. Jim Renacci’s plan to end Medicare also puts nursing home care for 3,000 seniors in the district in immediate jeopardy."
There is a Republican "plan to end Medicare."
Says that Sherrod Brown "voted to cut Medicare by over $500 billion in order to fund government-run health care."
The average person "will pay $6,000 more a year" under Rep. Paul Ryan's Medicare proposal.
"The (health reform) legislation which Washington passed last year has made it more difficult to hire" because it’s increased costs for employers.
"Eighty-seven percent of private insurance plans currently include (abortion) coverage."
Says the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act adopted last year contains "a series of slush funds, set up to stay on the books automatically, with little or no oversight."
Says that Republicans "bragged about how every bill was going to be paid for, right from the beginning" and that the first vote, the repeal of health care reform, violated that rule.
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