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Tell Senators: Support the "Keep Your Health Plan Act"

With the disastrous Obamacare law still on the books, this bill is essential in preserving consumer freedom in the healthcare market.

Barack Obama lied when he repeatedly said “if you like your health-care plan, you will be able to keep your health-care plan” under Obamacare.

The fact is, on January 1, 2014 many Americans’ health insurance plans disappeared despite Obama’s promises over the past five years.

Congress needs to pass legislation that to protect Americans' health plans from Obamacare.

The “Keep Your Health Plan Act” would reduce the federal government’s heavy hand by allowing those with health insurance to keep their plan as-is if they wish to.

A simple two-page bill, the Act would modify sections of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and allow insurance companies to “grandfather” existing healthcare plans.

With the disastrous Obamacare law still on the books, this bill is essential in preserving consumer freedom in the healthcare market.

Take Action! Sign the petition and tell your U.S. Senators to support the “Keep Your Health Plan Act” and force Obama to keep his promise on Obamacare!

*The House of Representatives passed this bill on November 15 with a vote of 261 to 157. Thus, we have disabled the letters to the House as their actions have been taken.

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Public Comments (2,302)
Aug 7th, 2014
Richard L. from Nixa, MO signed.
Jul 25th, 2014
Janet D. from Pottstown, PA signed.
Jul 15th, 2014
Richard L. from Nixa, MO signed.
Jul 1st, 2014
Someone from Indianapolis, IN signed.
Jun 1st, 2014
Rebecca k. from Everett, WA signed.
May 29th, 2014
James S. from Muncie, IN writes:
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I'm 57 years old I’ve raised 2 kids and put them thru school. Why would I want to use crappy government insurance? We have insurance.
May 8th, 2014
Someone from Franklin, TN signed.
Apr 5th, 2014
Parke M. from Richmond, VA signed.
Apr 4th, 2014
Thomas H. from Saluda, SC signed.
Mar 29th, 2014
Sasha R. from Mesa, AZ signed.