Did you see our op-ed in the Richmond Times Dispatch?
Today in the Richmond Times Dispatch, our Director of Legislation and Accountability, Craig DiSesa, had an op-ed published on the impending U.S. Supreme Court decision, King v. Burwell. The Virginia plaintiffs challenged the federal exchange subsidy program through Obamacare, and the Court's decision will have major implications for the future of Obamacare.
However, just last week, President Obama told reporters that the case"shouldn't have even been taken up." He went on to say, "we haven’t had a lot of conversation about the horrors of Obamacare because none of them come to pass.” But we know this isn't true. This brief new video from the Heritage Foundation recounts many of the law's failures.
At the Middle Resolution, one of our core priorities is healthcare reform, and specifically working to stop the Obamacare Medicaid expansion in the Commonwealth. Your gift of $15, $25, $50, or $100 enables us to keep up that fight.
In the next few weeks, the U.S. Supreme Court will be issuing a decision in the King v. Burwell decision. Read the analysis from our very own Craig DiSesa in the Richmond Times Dispatch today:
"King v. Burwell offers us a tremendous opportunity to right a wrong. Our primary objective should always be to develop a free market healthcare delivery system that provides access to quality healthcare for every American. The Obama experiment has proven that federal control is not the answer.
The answer lies with the states. Although the federal government created this problem, they now should step aside by eliminating the Essential Benefits Package and community-rating requirements. This would allow states to provide a laboratory of health care delivery experiments to see what works and does not work."
Read the full op-ed HERE.
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