Scott Brown warns seniors of Obamacare Medicare cuts
Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown, left, listens to a guest at a forum Thursday in Manchester dealing with Obamacare and Medicare while Barry Devine, right, and Michael McLeod look on. (Mark Hayward/Union Leader)
The Republican has promised to vote to repeal Obamacare if elected to the U.S. Senate; he repeated that promise Thursday at a forum at the William B. Cashin Senior Activity Center.
The Brown campaign said the Romney plan won’t work everywhere.
“This much is clear: Scott Brown would force New Hampshire seniors to pay more so the big insurance and pharmaceutical companies could increase profits,” New Hampshire Democratic Party spokesman Julie McClain said. During a half-hour discussion Thursday, Brown asked seniors their thoughts on Obamacare and he asked if any had received notice that their plans were changing.
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