LET THE AMERICAN PEOPLE KEEP THEIR HEALTH CARE PLAN
(House of Representatives - November 14, 2013)

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          LET THE AMERICAN PEOPLE KEEP THEIR HEALTH CARE PLAN

  (Mrs. MILLER of Michigan asked and was given permission to address 
the House for 1 minute and to revise and extend her remarks.)
  Mrs. MILLER of Michigan. Mr. Speaker, President Obama misled the 
American people about ObamaCare, and now he has admitted it.
  And here is a letter to me from a small business owner in my 
district:

       My husband and I have a small medical education business, 
     and ever since ObamaCare passed, our business has been cut in 
     half. Doctors are not spending money on education, so for the 
     last 4 years, our business has really suffered.
       Then we were told we could keep our insurance. We had good 
     insurance, not junk. We currently paid $514 a month with a 
     $2,000 deductible. We were canceled as of 12/31/13. To get 
     anything near what we had, we will have to pay $1,900 a 
     month, which we cannot afford. So much for affordable health 
     care.
       This is the first time in 30 years that we might not be 
     able to have health insurance. We have always run our life 
     not depending on the government for handouts, and now we are 
     losing our insurance. I ask you, what are we to do? Americans 
     are suffering. This is just wrong. Yes, I believe that 
     something needed to be done, but not this.

  Mr. Speaker, it is time to keep the promise to the American people.
  The SPEAKER pro tempore (Mr. Collins of New York). Members are 
reminded to refrain from engaging in personalities toward the 
President, such as alleging that he misled the public.

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