CBO Report Confirms President’s Health Care Law Is More Broken Promises

Phoenix, Arizona – The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released an analysis Thursday on the impacts of President Obama’s health care law. The study found that three to five million Americans will lose their employer-provided health care insurance from 2019 through 2022. Wil Cardon, Mesa businessman and candidate for U.S. Senate, issued the following statement after the release of the report report:

“As a small business owner, I understand the burden that rising health care costs have placed on American businesses. Instead of choosing to improve health care quality and protect consumer choice in health care decisions, the Obama Administration and Congress passed the unconstitutional Obamacare into law. We were told by President Obama that Obamacare wouldn’t hurt anyone covered by their employers. In reality, according to the CBO, three to five million Americans will not be able to obtain health care coverage from their employers from 2019 to 2022. This CBO report shows that this health care law is yet another broken promise from the president. The short-sighted decisions of the president, as well as Congress, are hurting our country and jeopardizing people’s ability to obtain health care coverage. Obamacare increases costs, decreases quality, hinders individual choice, and now we learn it will push millions of Americans out of our health care system in less than seven years. We must repeal this toxic law immediately!”

To read the full report by the CBO, click here.

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