- Charlie WilsonRepresentative
Thank U.S. Rep. Wilson (OH-6) for Health Care Reform
This holiday season, many Ohioans are grateful for health insurance.
The Affordable Care Act allows hundreds of newly insured Ohioans who have pre-existing conditions to sit and enjoy family and friends without the financial and physical burdens caused by the lack of health coverage.
None of this would have been possible without Representative Wilson standing up and doing the right thing for people in the district. His yes vote for The Affordable Care Act allows thousands of Ohio's young adults to be insured through their parent's policies, lifetime insurance caps are not the worry they once were for so many Ohioans and there will be no out of pocket preventive care costs for Medicare beneficiaries and others in new insurance plans.
Now that Representative Wilson has finished his term in Congress and is preparing to return home, let's send him a big thank you for making accessible health coverage a reality for all of those in the district.
As we reflect on the many things to be thankful for during this holiday season, at the top of our list is gratitude for uninhibited access to health coverage.
As constituents, we stand with you in solidarity and say thank you for doing the right thing when you voted for the Affordable Care Act. Because of your yes vote for health care reform, many previously uninsurable constituents of yours will face less stress and financial burden this holiday season, or in the future.
Thank you for doing the right thing and representing your district so well. Thank you for going to Washington and bringing health care coverage home.
May you and your family have a wonderful holiday season and very happy new year!
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