Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Bringing People Together For The RIGHT Reasons!

Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price  recently assembled dozens of conservative leaders today at the White House to discuss the multi-faceted effort to repeal and replace Obamacare. 
The Vice President and the Secretary highlighted the work being accomplished through legislative and regulatory efforts to end Obamacare’s government takeover of healthcare and provide market-based reforms that will lower costs and provide more choice to Americans. 
They also invited conservative groups to continue offering their ideas for improving healthcare in America and agreed to keep communication channels open as the President and Congress work to fulfill the promise of repealing and replacing the flawed Obamacare law. 
The following individuals participated: 
Thomas Binion, Heritage Foundation 
Melissa Ortiz, Able Americans 
Mia Heck, ALEC Jason Pye, FreedomWorks 
Brian McManus Matthew Schlapp, American Conservative Union 
Nan Swift, National Taxpayers Union 
Richard Manning, Americans for Limited Government 
Grace Turner, Galen Institute 
Kenneth Cuccinelli, Senate Conservatives Fund 
Jennifer Butler, State Policy Network 
Daniel Schneider, American Conservative Union 
John McKechnie, ABA Health Savings Account (HSA) Council 
Stephen Keen, National Federation of Independent Business 
Lisa Nelson, ALEC 
Jennifer Hatten, ABA Health Savings Account (HSA) Council 
David Bozell, For America 
Phil Kerpen, American Commitment  
Peter Sepp, National Taxpayers Union 
Timothy Chapman, Heritage Action 
Bradley Close, National Federation of Independent Business 
Kent Lassmam, Competitive Enterprise Institute 
Jennifer Martin, Tea Party Patriots 
Shonda Kalra, Tea Party Patriots 
Amanda Moorhead, National Federation of Independent Business 
Bill Pascoe, Tea Party Patriots 
Christopher Jacobs, Texas Public Policy Foundation 
Adam Brandon, FreedomWorks 
Michael Cannon, CATO 
Bob Carlstrom, Association of Mature American Citizens (AMAC) 
Andy Roth, Club for Growth 
Heather Curry, CATO

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