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    Obamacare is a law waiting to blow up to IRS proportions. It is already designed to be under IRS Department CONTROL...all the more reason to get rid of it! And if you don't know why the IRS, it's because Obamacare is a law that punishes those don't have insurance and the IRS is the branch of the government that will it enforce it with penalties and fines.

    Cat Ping

    U.S. Representative,
    Indianapolis , Indiana

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  • SUPPORT
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    The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act made healthcare insurance more accessible for many Americans. Unfortunately, several states did not support the Medicare expansion and left hundreds of thousands without affordable healthcare coverage. This legislation is the foundation on which to build an even better healthcare system.

    Elizabeth Landry

    Frederick, MD, Maryland

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    John P. Hoop

    State Assembly,
    Signal Hill, California

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    Q: Where do you stand on Healthcare? A: The ACA should only be for those that have pre-existing conditions. Everyone else should pay $25 per person or each individual.

    Stoney Teiko Fonua

    U.S. Senate,
    Herriman, Utah

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    Repeal Obamacare, Medicare, Medicaid and all others of socialized medical care that are controlled by the gov't.

    Gregory Creswell

    U.S. Representative,
    Detroit, Michigan

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    The Affordable Care Act has given millions more people access to health insurance and therefore health care. While not perfect, it has done immense good for those who went without before. Wyoming must expand its Medicaid program to cover low-wage working adults and all low-income adults with children. Our healthcare providers should not be expected to treat our citizens without being paid.

    Kimberly Holloway

    State Senator,
    Casper, Wyoming

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