Statements about Health Care
"The Affordable Care Act is bringing the cost of health care in our country down."
"Expanding Medicaid would require borrowing more money, drastically expanding our deficit."
"The State of Wisconsin thinks you should have to" wash your hands "at least 28 times to make one peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich."
U.S. Rep. John Barrow of Georgia has helped support the implementation of "Obamacare."
For people with insurance, the only impact of the health care law "is that their insurance is stronger, better and more secure than it was before. Full stop. That's it. They don't have to worry about anything else."
Says new Medicare billing guidelines "have nine codes for (injuries by) turkeys."
Says uncompensated health care costs absorbed by Texas hospitals are adding $1,800 a year to Texas private insurance rates.
Under Obamacare, Virginia taxpayers would have been "forced to pay for abortions" if the General Assembly had not recently intervened.
Abortion coverage is a standard insurance benefit "in nearly 90 percent of private plans sold in the U.S."
"Within the three miles surrounding the University Circle area, infant mortality exceeds some Third World countries."
Says rejecting federal aid to expand Medicaid in Texas will "send $9 billion in federal taxes paid by Texans to other states to insure their working poor."
Says Obama called Medicaid "broken" four years ago.
"Expanding Medicaid will worsen health care options for the most vulnerable among us in Texas."
Paul Ryan’s budget "keeps the Obamacare taxes and spending cuts that paid for Obamacare, but then cuts all of the benefits."
Preventive care coverage under the Affordable Care Act has already "helped Granite Staters save money and live healthier lives."
Says that under President Barack Obama’s health care law, "your insurance" premiums could go up by 200 percent and cost "as much as a new Explorer."
"Only three in 10 Texas doctors are currently accepting new Medicaid patients."
"A study by the University of Virginia pulls back the curtain on Medicaid’s tragically bad outcomes, including ‘increased risk of adjusted mortality.’"
Says the Democrats told the Catholic Church that they’ll use federal powers to shut down church charities and hospitals if the church doesn’t change its beliefs.
Says Houston is "home to more doctors, more nurses, more researchers than any other place in the world."
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