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    Healthcare is a RIGHT not a privilege. Healthcare should provide basic, preventative, and emergent healthcare at minimal. Pharmaceutical companies should be negotiated to have lower costs and there should be a cap on costs which includes insurance companies.

    Darcie Allen

    President,
    Lexington, South carolina

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  • OPPOSE
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    We need healthcare reform, but The Affordable Care Act was not and is not the answer.

    Joe Walz

    U. S. Representative,
    Richmond, Texas

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  • NEUTRAL
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    There are a lot of problems with ObamaCare, but it would be easier to just amend it then destroying it. The Republican healthcare plan did not cover pre-existing conditions and we need a plan that will cover them, but with cheaper healthcare premiums. They are sky high and need to be adjusted.

    Troy Hay

    President,
    LaPorte, Indiana

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  • STRONGLY OPPOSE
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    Instead of lowering health care costs, Obamacare caused them to go up. The reason health care was unaffordable before Obamacare is because the market was already over regulated. I call on Washington Republicans to move to immediately repeal Obamacare and replace it with Senator Rand Paul’s market-based plan.

    Murl Hendrickson

    State Representative,
    Boulder, Colorado

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    The City of Hialeah has one of the highest Affordable Care Act enrollment rates in the nation and yet there are still thousands of residents who have no health insurance or an affordable clinic to visit when they are sick; therefore, I support the establishment of a non profit Family Clinic to serve the city's poor and uninsured.

    Rafael L Gomez

    City Council,
    Hialeah, Florida

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    I appreciate the Affordable Care Act because it was designed to increase health insurance quality & affordability, lower the uninsured rate by expanding insurance coverage & reduce the costs of healthcare. I also propose opening nonprofit holistic wellness centers that treat mental & physical illnesses in communites that do not require insurance, or cause any worry about affordability.

    Tiniell Cato

    Mayor,
    Seattle, Washington

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