If the president won’t scrap this law, shouldn’t he delay it for all Americans before it can do further harm? Families who work hard and play by the rules deserve some basic choices, fairness and relief. That’s why the House passed legislation to delay the individual mandate for all Americans and let you keep the plan you like; and it’s why House Republicans will continue to give the law the scrutiny it deserves.
With 11.3 million people still out of work, it’s easy to see that Americans are still struggling to make ends meet in this tough economy. It’s not fair that President Obama and his Democratic allies want to add more worries to their plate this holiday season, like higher health care costs and loss of coverage due to Obamacare.
In this week’s address, Rep. Michael Burgess, M.D. describes how from cancelation letters to increased premiums, it is becoming clear that the reality of the president’s health care law doesn’t match what he promised. With this only the beginning of the law’s implementation, it is time to start over with true patient-centered reform. The House will continue to ask tough questions about this trainwreck as well as hold the President accountable for his broken promises.
Americans continue to be hurt by the rising costs, loss of access, and policy cancellations brought about by Obamacare. The President’s so-called “administrative fix” proposed last week is just a regulatory gimmick, and won’t solve the problem. The American people need real solutions.
Three years after the president promised Americans they could keep their health care plans, millions of plans (and counting) have been cancelled. Will he follow through on his promise and fix this wrong?
In this week’s address, Rep. Todd Young details how hardworking Americans were told not to worry, that their coverage would stay the same and – if anything – their costs would go down if Obamacare passed. But just the opposite is happening. To fix this, next week House Republicans will consider the Keep Your Health Care Act. No Americans should have to go to their inbox or mailbox in fear of finding out they’re losing a plan they like – or worse, a plan they need. It’s time to stop this trainwreck now.
President Obama repeatedly promised Americans that, “If you like your current health care plan, you can keep it.” Now, millions of Americans are discovering that is a promise the President could not keep.
House Republican leaders stressed today that the problems of Obamacare go far beyond a faulty website. Hardworking Americans across the nation are having their insurance policies cancelled while others are facing higher premiums. Obamacare is much more than a broken website — it is a broken law.
In this week’s address, Chairman Fred Upton explains how the problems with Obamacare are more than just website glitches. From broken promises to special waivers, House Republicans are actively conducting thoughtful oversight of this law, while at the same time crafting patient-centered solutions to improve healthcare for all Americans. We want to hear your stories, so if you are having difficulties as a result of Obamacare, please share your experience at www.gop.gov/YourStory.
In this week’s address, Chairman Buck McKeon describes how both parties came together this week to make sure that the families of those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country were given the benefits they deserve. This bipartisanship should continue, both as we look towards ways at reopening our entire government, and as we tackle our nation’s enormous debt. After all, sitting down and resolving our differences is exactly what Americans expect their leaders to do.