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Thursday
May082014

SCOTT BROWN CONTINUES “OBAMACARE ISN’T WORKING” TOUR AT SECURE CARE 

 

 

 

 

 “This Law Is An Unmitigated Disaster For Our Company”
 

CONCORD – Scott Brown visited Secure Care to tour the facility and learn more about the negative impacts of Obamacare that are affecting the veteran-owned small business, particularly the upcoming employer mandate that takes effect in 2015. 
 
“With 62 employees, Secure Care is one of many companies forced to comply with the employer mandate that will increase health care costs and burden job creators—it’s not fair,” said Scott Brown.  “This thriving company should be incentivized to produce and succeed, not punished by Obamacare.  It’s time to get the government off the backs of hardworking companies like Secure Care.”
 
“I appreciate Scott Brown visiting Secure Care to learn more about our products and hear about the daily challenges forced on small businesses from government mandates and onerous taxes,” said Harold Baldwin, President and Owner of Secure Care.  “This law is an unmitigated disaster for our company that is negatively impacting our employees and limiting our abilities to innovate and expand our product line.”
 
Secure Care was founded in 1979, and has since grown from six to 62 employees.  Known as a global leader for their specialty electronic products, Secure Care’s products serve as security solutions across the life-spectrum, from infants to senior citizens.  Their creative innovations continue to lead in healthcare technology and are used in hospitals, long-term care facilities, and homes.  Products include an infant security system and a real-time locating system to monitor, track, and improve patient flow in hospitals.
 
Scott Brown has visited New Hampshire businesses across the state as part of the “Obamacare Isn’t Working” tour, ranging from medical imaging companies to home care companies to discuss impacts of the health care law including the medical device tax and employer mandate.

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