Parker, CO – Americans for Prosperity – Colorado marked the opening of ObamaCare enrollment today by reminding health care consumers and taxpayers of the already mounting problems with the program. State Director Dustin Zvonek noted that Coloradans can expect reduced patient choice under the new law:
“Today marked the official kick-off for ObamaCare enrollment and already the state run exchange is running into significant problems. Technical glitches aside, when Coloradans finally get a chance to log-on they will unfortunately find that their health care options have been greatly limited. It will only be a matter of time before the loss of access to health care options leads to reduced quality of care for all Coloradans.”
The New York Times recently reported that “many insurers are significantly limiting the choices of doctors and hospitals available to consumers” as a cost-saving measure due to the new law.
Hundreds of thousands of Americans for Prosperity’s grassroots activists have already signed the Exempt Me, Too! petition at JustExempt.me, declaring that it’s time for the President to give all Americans an exemption from ObamaCare.
For further information or an interview, please contact Dustin Zvonek at DZvonek@afphq.org or 720.219.1451.