I was interested in a recent reminder from the U S Chamber:
Your voice in November led to the changes I saw first-hand yesterday. I went to the Capitol to meet with Speaker Boehner and offer him my congratulations. We also discussed the health care law repeal, where he mentioned your efforts by name. You obviously had quite an impact on the 111th Congress and no doubt will have the same on the 112th. Know that the new members of Congress, and the Speaker of the House himself, appreciate your support and are anxious to work with you in the days ahead to bring America back.
If you haven’t had the chance, send a letter to your member of Congress now encouraging him or her to support repeal of the flawed health care law, and instead go back to the drawing board for real reform that lowers costs, increases coverage, and doesn’t put America’s job creators out of business.
The link takes you to a letter that they have already written and you can just add your name to.
In the letter, is of course, their usual gibberish:
Finally, the bill in Congress fails to tackle the need for medical malpractice reform. As a result, the cheapest form of medical malpractice insurance for doctors is to order another test-fee for service.
– Actually the law (it’s no longer a bill) did provide for pilot projects to look at what can be done around the country.
– They again apparently support the idea that there is all sorts of fraud with doctors ordering tests that shouldn’t be done. As I said before, most families of patents who died from the lack of tests wish there was more given.
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