Let us look at this proposed legislation for what it truly is: a way for state lawmakers to pick winners and losers, and take more of Michiganders’ hard-earned dollars under the guise of fairness. There is nothing fair, however, about increased prices for consumers, namely families.
Expanding Medicaid was a key component of Obamacare and eight GOP lawmakers assisted with the implementation. Michigan will be the 25th state to expand Medicaid; 21 states have refused.
AFP-MI encourages Michigan federal lawmakers to oppose any proposal to tax the Medicare Part D program in order to pay for higher levels of federal spending.
Lt. Governor Brian Calley and Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville have predicted a vote in the Michigan State Senate as soon as this Tuesday on whether or not to expand Medicaid like President Obama wants. TAKE ACTION: Click here to urge your Senator to stand firm. “There are a lot of people that are considering support […]
Bring the family. We're going to give free tethered hot air ballon rides and expert speakers will discuss why Michigan should support health care freedom, not Medicaid expansion through Obamacare.