Statements about Health Care
On delaying a health care mandate on business.
About half the people who would qualify for Medicaid expansion in Florida "can buy a health care plan for $30 a month" on the federal health care exchange.
Says Tom Cotton’s vote in Congress to change Medicare "will increase out-of-pocket expenses for every senior in Arkansas."
"Federal government reneging" on Medicaid payments to Wisconsin caused about $240 million in extra costs in the 2013-’15 state budget
Says Lamar Smith "sponsored the bill that funded Obamacare."
Says Nancy Pelosi said, "Waiting long hours in the emergency room will allow you to make new friends!"
"We’ve got close to 7 million Americans who have access to health care for the first time because of Medicaid expansion."
"Obamacare will mean 2.1 million fewer jobs by 2021."
The medical marijuana ballot initiative "doesn’t require a physician writing a prescription" and can be for conditions like "having a back that needs to be scratched."
"Seventy percent of all uninsured live in households in which at least one person is working."
Obamacare includes a "$700 billion cut from Medicare for seniors."
"Nonpartisan government analysts say Obamacare will cost our economy up to 2.5 million jobs."
"300,000 Floridians will lose their current health plans" because of Obamacare, a plan Alex Sink supports.
Says North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis "supports a plan that would end Medicare as we know it."
North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis would let insurance companies "deny coverage for pre-existing conditions."
Businesses "will be required to certify to the IRS – under penalty of perjury – that Obamacare was not a motivating factor" for cutting staff.
"Six people in Florida die as a result of (not expanding Medicaid) every day."
Says Rep. Renee Ellmers voted for the government shutdown 21 times.
"The CBO’s latest report confirms what Republicans have been saying for years now. Under Obamacare, millions of hardworking Americans will lose their jobs."
"According to (Barack) Obama’s newest unconstitutionally enacted law, health care professionals are now required to violate HIPAA privacy laws and submit medical data to the government," which is "then used as justification for gun confiscation."
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