Last year I had to pay $10,000 in co-pays and deductibles for spine surgery. My premium then went up 45 percent, on top of 25 percent, on top of... It is now my largest monthly expense—All a direct result of Obamcare and its mandates. Nobody is paying my premium and deductibles. Not a dime. 

Congressman O’Halloran is opposed to the Republican bill to repeal and replace Obamacare, and reduce costs to the working middle class. He owes me and the millions of middle-class working folks like me an explanation as to why our healthcare costs are affordable. 

Or, if he agrees they aren’t affordable, exactly what does he propose to reduce our costs? Voting the Pelosi mandate of status quo is not a solution for us. BTW, did he mention that Congress is exempt from Obamacare costs and mandates?

— Rick Cunnington

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