Marshall Votes NO On Moving Toward Medicare for All

June 29, 2020
Press Release

WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Congressman Roger Marshall, M.D., will vote NO on H.R. 1425, The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Enhancement Act. Rep. Marshall issued the following statement before the vote:

“Both Democrats and Republicans want to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. With today’s vote, Democrats want to double down and take more steps toward replacing our health care system with ‘Medicare For All’,  which means less health care for seniors and rationed health care for everyone,” said Rep. Marshall. “Today’s legislation will destroy innovation and the cure for Alzheimer’s and many cancers will be left in a chemistry lab. The Republican patient-centered solution, which I am leading, solves the pre-existing conditions issue, increases patient choices and decreases costs so that every American can have access to quality and affordable care, and innovative miracle drugs. It’s time to put patients back in charge of their health care - not government.”

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