Rep. Bucshon Says Voters are Concerned over the Affordable Care Act

"Concerns over coverage and cost." That's what Congressman Larry Bucshon says he's hearing the most from constituents regarding the Affordable Care Act.
"Concerns over coverage and cost." That's what Congressman Larry Bucshon says he's hearing the most from constituents regarding the Affordable Care Act.

Indiana's 8th District Represenative held a bipartisan roundtable discussion tonight at Ivy Tech. He invited a wide spectrum of participants, such as local officials, business owners, and taxpayers, to talk about the impact they've seen from the federal healthcare law.

Buschon says many people say they have benefited from it, but most of the feedback has been negative.

"The vast majority of the people we're talking to, whether they're business people or individuals, are struggling with the uncertainty in the law," said Bucshon. "And many are seeing much higher costs and not as much benefits."

Bucshon says the Affordable Care Act also doesn't help the spiraling cost of healthcare.
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