Statements about Health Care
Says North Carolina Republican Senate candidate Thom Tillis "called Obamacare ‘a great idea.’ "
"One thing that is much more unpopular than the Affordable Care Act is repealing the Affordable Care Act."
"ObamaCare enrollment lie: Obama counts an enrollee as a web user putting a plan in ‘their online shopping carts.’"
"Pregnant women who stand for five to six hours at a time increase their risk of pre-term pregnancy by 80 percent."
Says Mark Udall "decided Obamacare. ... He passed Obamacare with his vote."
The insurance risk corridors aren't going broke like Republicans predicted.
Obamacare is "costing 2 million jobs."
Says Bruce Braley took "tens of thousands from his friends in the health insurance industry" and gave them "special favors" by voting for Obamacare.
The health care law reduces "the number of uninsured in America by 3 percent for how much money? $2 trillion."
"Before Congress, (Tom) Cotton got paid handsomely working for insurance companies and corporate interests."
"Seniors enrolled in Medicare Advantage are going to see an average premium increase between $50 and $90 per month."
Says Charlie Crist supports "cuts to the Medicare Advantage program."
Says the Medicaid fraud rate in Virginia was "fact-checked" and found to be "0.47 percent."
"More than 3 million young adults ... have gained insurance under (the Affordable Care Act) by staying on their family’s plan."
"When people enter the service, there’s not a mental health evaluation."
"The numbers of people that support Obamacare and like it have been steadily dropping."
A poll taken "a few months ago" found "70 percent approval or higher" for the Act 10 collective bargaining law.
"If you want out of the individual mandate... all you have to do now is tick off the box that says 'hardship' and you're out."
Says the goal of the Affordable Care Act was to get 30 million people insured, but it only got 7 million.
"Rick Scott wants to take us back to the days of insurance companies denying coverage for pre-existing conditions."
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