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Friday, November 15, 2013

Highlights of Senator Pat Toomey's Newsletter

Pat Toomey | U.S. Senator For Pennsylvania
"The whole law is unworkable."
This week, the Obama Administration announced enrollment numbers for the President's health care law. Just 106,185 Americans have been able to sign up. As NBC News reporter Luke Russert tweeted, Penn State's Beaver Stadium can comfortably seat all of those enrollees.

These enrollment numbers are further evidence that the President's health care law is a train wreck. Even more troubling, millions are losing health coverage they like because the President deemed those plans inadequate and failed to make good on his promise that "if you like your plan, you can keep it."

Even the President recognized this was a problem. Yesterday, he announced what is, at best, a temporary fix to postpone this disaster until after the next election. This is little comfort to the millions of Americans who will now lose their insurance coverage next year. 

The faulty website is only the tip of the iceberg. It is not technical glitches that will doom this system; it is the fact that the President's health care law forces people to buy overpriced health plans they don't want, hikes taxes, and puts important, personal health care decisions in the hands of politicians and bureaucrats instead of patients and their doctors. The whole law is unworkable.
Listen to my discussion of Obamacare's enrollment numbers with WPHT's Chris Stigall. 

Supporting Erie's Groundbreaking Cancer Research
It was great to meet this week with Mark Neidig, executive director of the Kanzius Cancer Research Foundation in Erie. Mark updated me on the success of the GenV machine which killed 100 percent of liver cancer in pigs, without side effects. The next step is to submit findings to the Food and Drug Administration. It is an amazing story of innovation and hope, and I am anxious to hear about the results of the clinical trials.

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