Americans for Prosperity to rally against Obamacare
“We all know the implementation of Obamacare has been a disaster and if fully implemented Obamacare will lead to cuts in services, higher premiums and doctor shortages,” said Greg Moore, state director of AFP-NH.
“While actual consumer health advocates are looking for ways to get more people covered, groups like Americans for Prosperity are trying to come between people and their doctors and make health access as burdensome as possible so that they can use health reform as a political wedge issue in the next election,” said Zandra Rice-Hawkins, director of Granite State Progress.
Key elements of the ACA begin Jan. 1, including the individual mandate and online health insurance exchanges allowing individuals and small businesses to compare health insurance plans.
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