Supporters of Reform Hold Press Conference Call to Highlight Newly Enacted Provisions of Health Reform
CONCORD – As Republicans in Congress ready to vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Organizing for America (OFA)- New Hampshire will hold a press conference call in support of the Affordable Care Act on Wednesday, January 19th at 1:15 PM. On the call, OFA-NH State Director Tim Arsenault, Representatives DiPentima and Rosenwald will discuss how Granite Staters are benefiting from provisions of the Affordable Care Act. Participants will call on newly elected Representatives Guinta and Bass to defend the historic health care legislation and vote against repeal.
Representative DiPentima is a member of the Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs Committee is a retired nurse and noted health care policy expert. Representative Rosenwald is the former Chair of the Health, Human Services and Elderly Affairs Committee and sits on the National Conference of State Legislators’ Health Committee.
On January 1, new provisions of the Affordable Care Act went into effect that will help consumers receive the highest quality health care for their money. The new provisions will increase patients’ freedom to receive care and consult with their doctor and rein in the fraud and abuse of insurance companies. As the Affordable Care Act continues to be implemented and Americans feel the positive benefits, OFA supporters will stand up and fight Republican attempts to repeal this historic legislation.
New Hampshire Press Conference Call in Support of the Affordable Care Act
OFA-NH State Director Tim Arsenault
Representative Rich DiPentima
Representative Cindy Rosenwald
Wednesday, January 19th at 1:15 PM
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Organizing for America (OFA) is a grassroots project of the Democratic National Committee. OFA's network of volunteers and staff is actively working in all 50 states to promote the President's agenda for improving the country. Since 2009, OFA supporters have played a key role in helping strengthen America's middle class by creating jobs, passing health insurance reform, building a clean energy economy, improving education, and reining in the excesses of Wall Street.