by Andrew Mangione – AMAC is proud to report that it has given its stamp of approval to H.R. 763, a bill that seeks to repeal the annual fee on health insurance providers enacted by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, known more commonly as “ObamaCare.” Earlier this week, AMAC personally delivered a letter of support to the office of Representative Charles Boustany (R-LA), commending his effort to address a crucial change necessary to unburden the public – particularly mature Americans and seniors – from a harmful tax that will force insurers to raise prices on health care premiums. At a time of widespread uncertainty regarding the implementation of ObamaCare and the state of the economy, seniors cannot afford to see their health care costs increase again. As an organization ardently committed to protecting older Americans from unnecessary overreach by the Federal government, AMAC is pleased to endorse H.R. 763 as a critical legislative step in limiting the excesses of ObamaCare.
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