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New Americans for Prosperity Television Ad Tells Rep Kuster that New Hampshire’s Patience Has Run Out on ObamaCare

May 14, 2014

MANCHESTER – Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire (AFP-NH) today began airing its third television ad holding Representative Ann Kuster accountable for her support for the Affordable Care Act, commonly called ObamaCare.  The ad highlights the lacks of choice for individuals buying insurance through the exchange, where Anthem has a monopoly on coverage, as well as the narrow network that have eliminated 10 of the state’s 26 hospitals, as well as the doctors from those hospitals, from the provider network. The ad was released a day after the New York Times reported on the loss of health care choice due to narrowing networks.

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“Congresswoman Kuster’s unwavering support for ObamaCare is part of the reason that New Hampshire citizens have lost access to their local doctors and hospitals,” said Greg Moore, AFP-NH State Director.  “Now, many of her constituents in places like Nashua, Concord, Peterborough, Claremont and Colebrook have to drive past the hospital near them to travel to another facility thanks to the bureaucratic nightmare that is ObamaCare.  Granite Staters deserve to have high-quality, affordable health care, and instead they are stuck with a costly, government-run scheme that has reduced access to care.”

The ad will be the 6th television spot by AFP-NH holding ObamaCare supporters accountable for the impact of the law.  It will run for 3 weeks on broadcast and cable television, supported by online ads.

“AFP-NH is absolutely committed to holding ObamaCare responsible for the huge damage the law is causing in the lives of New Hampshire residents,” added Moore.  “This law is tremendously unpopular with the public because of the negative consequences that are hammering the working families of the state.  It’s time for Representative Kuster to admit that this terribly flawed law is broken and stop the harm it is doing to so many citizens.”

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