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Full Repeal Part 1: Do Not Implement a PPACA Exchange

Freedom-loving Americans are more determined than ever to be rid of the misnamed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, knowing as we do that it will neither protect patients nor be in any way affordable.  FreedomWorks and other pro-freedom organizations have a simple Five Point Plan for full repeal. The first two of those points call for states to limit the Act's reach. It is important for activists and policy makers to understand these points and be able to explain them to others.First,  governors and legislators should decline to implement the Act's exchange in their state.The final four points are to decline to expand the state's Medicaid program, and for pro-repeal candidates to win the House, Senate, and Presidency in November. Then, of course, we will have to keep the pressure on our elected officials to pass a full repeal and proceed with reforms that champion patient centered health care and free market principles. 

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Issue Analysis

Full Repeal Part 1: Do Not Implement a PPACA Exchange

Freedom-loving Americans are more determined than ever to be rid of the misnamed Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, knowing as we do that it will neither protect patients nor be in any way affordable.  FreedomWorks and other pro-freedom organizations have a simple Five Point Plan for full repeal. The first two of those points call for states to limit the Act's reach. It is important for activists and policy makers to understand these points and be able to explain them to others.First,  governors and legislators should decline to implement the Act's exchange in their state.The final four points are to decline to expand the state's Medicaid program, and for pro-repeal candidates to win the House, Senate, and Presidency in November. Then, of course, we will have to keep the pressure on our elected officials to pass a full repeal and proceed with reforms that champion patient centered health care and free market principles. 

07/16/2012