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Americans deserve a personal option in their health care. They should have consistent access to their preferred doctors at an affordable and transparent price, made possible through insurance that works for them.
Lawmakers have a role to play, of course. They must advance policies that make quality care more affordable and easier to access. And, importantly, they must refrain from passing sweeping legislation that would further entangle government with health care.
You have a critical role, too. Your help is needed to push lawmakers — and their good proposals to further the personal option — across the finish line.
Here are a few things you can do, pulled from our Personal Option Playbook.
How does the personal option work?
Emily Seidel, CEO of Americans for Prosperity, answers that question in a new video on the personal option.
You can help others learn about these important health care reforms by tweeting and sharing this video.
Once you’ve learned more about the personal option, share your knowledge on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media to get the conversation on these important issues started.
You can drive the discussion forward by mentioning that the personal option:
Use the hashtag #PersonalOption to bring more people to the discussion and include a few graphics to add flavor to your content.
Use these instructions to save these images to your phone or computer, so you can use them when posting on social media!
Include this website for more information and for others to get involved: APersonalOption.com.
Looking for an even deeper dive into the personal option? If so, check out these blog posts, which cover:
Don’t forget to share this quiz to see if others might benefit from the personal option.
To learn more about how you can get the conversation on health care reform started, check out Americans for Prosperity’s Personal Option Playbook, which has everything you need to share your knowledge.
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