Fight for Health Care Freedom Isn't Over
SCOTUS Ruling Does not Change Demand for Full Repeal
Indianapolis– Americans for Prosperity – Indiana reaffirmed its commitment to full repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in response to the Supreme Court’s decision this morning.
“Hoosiers recognize that this law not only costs too much but does little to actually improve our health care system,” said Chase Downham, State Director of AFP-Indiana. “Attorney General Greg Zoeller did the right thing by filing suit against the federal government’s takeover of our health care. Now it’s up to citizen activists to put grassroots pressure on Congress to do the right thing and repeal the health care law.”
For years, Americans for Prosperity has vigorously opposed President Obama’s health care law. Since 2009, AFP’s Hands Off My Health Care project has rallied thousands of Americans at hundreds of events around the country, including a massive rally this past March with over 4,000 AFP activists.
“Americans want patient-centered health care reform that expands health care freedom, choice and innovation, not more restrictions, bureaucracy, and reckless spending,” Downham continued. “As we did last week with our Hands Off My Health Care Forum in Indianapolis, Americans for Prosperity will continue to drive this message home in the months ahead with rallies and events telling Congress “Hands Off My Health Care.”
Americans for Prosperity – Indiana will be participating in a rally this Saturday, June 30 in Fort Wayne against the Health Care Law and the HHS mandates.