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How is Obamacare Affecting You?

Since Obamacare's individual insurance exchanges launched on October 1st, I've heard from many North Carolinians who are finding their health care premiums are going to skyrocket next year, or that their plans are no longer going to be offered. Others are contacting me to share how their hours at work have been cut or how positions in their workplace are being eliminated to help cope with increased health care costs and avoid insurance mandates.

As your Representative, I want to hear how the President's health care law is affecting you - whether your experience is similar to those described above or different. Please take a few moments to share your experience with me so I can get a clearer picture of how Obamacare is impacting the 5th District.

Sincerely, 

Representative Virginia Foxx



 
 
 
 
 

* Congresswoman Foxx may reference portions of submitted surveys when she discusses the Affordable Care Act. Personal identifying information will be removed.  



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