Columbus, OH – Tomorrow morning a new Americans for Prosperity ad will air on cable networks and online to expose the major problems with the President’s health care law. The ad is just the latest in AFP’s on-going efforts to repeal and replace the flawed healthcare law.
The new TV ad, called “Questions,” features the story of Julie, a mother of two who started paying close attention to her family’s healthcare options after her son began having seizures. The threat of shrinking options, higher premiums, and Washington bureaucrats making healthcare decisions leaves her with serious concerns about ObamaCare. The TV ad begins airing in heavy rotation on broadcast and cable networks in Virginia and Ohio on Tuesday.
“The American people have serious questions and concerns about the negative impact of ObamaCare,” explains Eli Miller, State Director of Americans for Prosperity – Ohio. “Ohioans are waking up to higher premiums and fewer choices, but are being told by President Obama and outside groups that everything is just fine. Well President Obama, everything isn’t just fine. We feel it is important to educate Ohioans on the true consequences of government intrusion into the private healthcare decisions of families.”
Viewers of the new ad are directed to visit ObamaCareRiskFactors.com
AFP-Ohio is the leading critic of expanding the state’s Medicaid rolls, as allowed under the new law. AFP argues that expanding Medicaid rolls will push thousands of low-income Ohioans into a shoddy system at enormous cost.
“AFP will continue to educate Ohioans about the problems with Medicaid expansion. Ohioans need more healthcare choices, not more sub-par, bureaucrat-controlled healthcare and higher taxes.”
In conjunction with the TV buy, AFP-OH and state chapters across the nation will be hosting events and meet-ups to further educate and provide information on the negative consequences of ObamaCare.