Will the Congresswoman Help her Constituent and Neighbor?
Yesterday, the New Hampshire Insurance Department turned down a Rochester resident's request to include her doctor and other services associated with Frisbie Memorial Hospital in the established provider network.
She found herself in this position because Frisbie Memorial Hospital in Rochester was excluded from the ObamaCare Exchange along with nine other hospitals in New Hampshire. Because of its exclusion she has now been denied access to Frisbie's services.
Jay Ruais, Campaign Manager for Frank Guinta, released the following statement:
"They said we could keep our plans, we cannot. They said we could keep our doctors, we cannot. They said costs would decrease, they have not. And now Congresswoman Shea-Porter's neighbor and constituent has been undeniably hurt by the legislation she championed. Why should we believe the Congresswoman when she claims the situation will improve in 2015 when nearly every campaign talking point she has used has proven to be inaccurate or intentionally misleading? Does the Congresswoman plan to reach out and assist her? Will she work to replace ObamaCare with meaningful reforms? Or, will she continue to be inaccessible, ineffective and indifferent to the needs of Granite Staters?