Healthcare

Note from RCDC Chair: Reluctance of Republicans to adopt Medicaid expansion proposals

The reluctance of the House of Delegates Republican members to adopt either of the Medicaid expansion proposals before them is starting to have real world consequences: note the attached letter from the CEO of the Culpeper Hospital. The announced closure of the Pennington Gap hospital is at least partially because of the failure to expand Medicaid. I […]

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Free “I love Obamacare” stickers

Click here to get your free “I love Obamacare” sticker.

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President Clinton Explains the Affordable Care Act

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Our 5th District Congressional Candidate Spotlighted in Time Magazine

The John Douglass campaign was spotlighted in Time magazine. Give it a read! http://swampland.time.com/2012/06/04/road-trip-2012-day-34-some-good-candidates/ An exerpt: “I sometimes have to defend the President’s position on health care to veterans and I tell them, ‘Look, we military people take our health care really seriously. How would you feel in some government guy came in and said, I’m […]

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Remembering How Far We’ve Come

From Academy Award®-winning director Davis Guggenheim: “The Road We’ve Traveled.” Narrated by Tom Hanks.

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The Story of the Affordable Care Act

The Story of the Affordable Care Act: From an unmet promise to the law of the land!

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Fight to Save Medicare!

The DCCC has created an action center (www.DontEndMedicare.com) to help democrats unite and educate others about the ramifications of ending the current system of Medicare. Please take a moment to review the materials, then use the information to talk to your friends and neighbors, write to your representatives and be active in the cause. We […]

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The New Federal Budget – How does it effect you?

For a summary of the new federal budget, click here.

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State of the Union

In his State of the Union address, President Obama laid out his vision for winning our future.

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White House White Board: Your Health Care Dollars

Today, the Department of Health and Human Services issued a new rule called the “medical loss ratio” rule that will require health insurance companies to spend 80 to 85 percent of your health care insurance premiums on making you healthier instead of overhead costs like advertising or executive compensation. Like many other provisions in the […]

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