Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Affordable Health Care Quotes from famous authors such as Sharice Davids, Kendrick Meek, Andy Beshear, Todd Park, Todd Young. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I want to make sure more people – not fewer – have access to quality, affordable health care.
Looking at affordable health care, I think it is important that we look not only at prescription drugs, but also make sure that there is a major focus on health care.
I am fighting on many fronts to protect access to affordable health care because I don’t want to see medical bills continue to climb and millions of people to lose coverage.
How do you deliver the best possible and affordable health care to maximize health?
Affordable health care that protects people with pre-existing conditions is a priority for Kansans, and it’s been one of my top priorities since taking office.
As governor, I’ll treat hard-working families with the respect that they deserve by being laser-focused on creating good-paying jobs with benefits and secure retirements; and expanding access to affordable health care.
Our message of ensuring every Hoosier has access to a quality education that turns into a good paying job, that ultimately leads to a meaningful career with access to affordable health care, is resonating.
I do see women voters shifting to the Republican Party and doing so significantly. And the issue that’s doing this is the fear the federal government will prevail in making the Affordable Health Care Act permanent law and how that will hurt small businesses.
With affordable health care, women can have economic security and the peace of mind that they will not become a financial burden on their families.
We must protect those with pre-existing conditions and ensure that every American family has access to quality, affordable health care.
While Matt Bevin only helps his special interest donors, I care about expanding access to affordable health care for our families and making sure workers have the training and skills they need to get good-paying jobs.
Here in Indiana, we run a nationally-recognized program called the Healthy Indiana Plan. The Healthy Indiana Plan offers the uninsured an affordable health care plan with savings accounts that they control.
Every single one of us deserves access to quality, affordable health care.
You know, our citizens of this state deserve good stuff. One of the things they surely deserve is affordable health care coverage.
To ensure a bright and healthy future for hardworking Georgians, we must increase access to quality, affordable health care.
We need a senator who fights for things like affordable health care, college and technical school, not tax cuts for wealthy donors. That doesn’t mean free college or Medicare for All, I’m against that.
The ‘People’s Budget’ rewards hard work and invests in our country. It ensures that everyone has an opportunity to get a good education, find a good job, live in a safe and secure home, put food on the table, have affordable health care, save for retirement, and maybe have a little left over.
Kentuckians deserve a governor who will support affordable health care, a secure retirement, and respect the rights of workers like access to safe working conditions and wages that can support a family.
Security is still the most important issue facing Washington state residents and millions of Americans – the security of having a job, of access to affordable health care, of a quality education, and of protecting our homeland and defending our nation.
We’re underscoring to everybody the promise at the heart of the Affordable Care Act, which is quality, affordable health care coverage available in a transparent marketplace for the first time ever.
What Americans want is more affordable health care.
President Obama is also standing up for women in North Carolina and across our country. He has helped women fight for equal pay for equal work; he has fought to guarantee that women have access to quality, affordable health care, including making sure that insurance plans cover birth control with no out-of-pocket cost.
If we’re going to be able to provide access to quality, affordable health care to every American – we need to have the trained health care professionals inside hospitals to provide that care.
Since the Affordable Care Act allows individuals to buy affordable health care coverage on their own, women no longer have to remain in a job just for the health insurance – they can feel free to start their own business or care for a child or elderly parent.
Everyone in this country has a right to quality, affordable health care.
Too many families are falling behind and we need to fight tooth-and-nail to boost wages, expand access to affordable health care, and improve our public education system.
All Americans should have access to quality, affordable health care.
I took action to allow Montanans to participate in direct primary care agreements with doctors and authorized the use of health care sharing ministries, both of which provide alternatives for more affordable health care.
Democrats must adopt a progressive economic message that focuses on large, direct infrastructure investments, affordable health care, portable pensions, and public-private investments that promote advanced manufacturing.
I believe we can incentivize more affordable health care in general by better regulating insurance and creating meaningful competition for health care services.
Illinois has the opportunity to lead the country in providing more affordable health care options to its citizens.
Women want fair taxes, a growing economy, affordable health care, secure borders, and the defeat of ISIS. They don’t need the solutions to be wrapped in pink. They just want problems solved.
I’ll continue to work with my colleagues to fight efforts to roll back access to affordable health care for Nevadans.
I will continue to support legislation that provides American families and Seniors affordable health care.
The American economy has always been driven by the entrepreneurial nature of its citizens, and blocking access to affordable health care will only suffocate growth within the small business sector of our economy.