The Administration’s one-size-fits-all approach to healthcare is not working for Maine families and small business. Many folks are experiencing higher health premiums, narrower networks and are having to find new doctors due to ObamaCare.
As your Representative, Congressman Poliquin will continue to listen to people of the Second District and fix this flawed law by repealing the Medical Device Tax and the 30 Hour Workweek Employer Mandate that are crippling our small businesses. He will work tirelessly for a better solution in order to help families in the Second District afford quality healthcare while helping our small businesses grow.
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WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) released the following statement:
“ObamaCare is failing, and it’s critical that Congress works to fix it to rescue the Maine families it’s impacting. But let’s do this right,” said Congressman Poliquin.
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) urged the President and House Leadership to ensure that rural Mainers and the elderly would be able to buy policies under the American Health Care Act, the Affordable Care Act — commonly called ObamaCare — replacement moving through Congress.
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) released the following statement on the American Health Care Act, legislation to repeal and replace the rapidly failing ObamaCare health care law and bring relief to tens of thousands of Maine families:
WASHINGTON – Recent reports from Mainebiz provide further warnings on the sustainability of Obamacare in Maine, echoing concerns Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) has been expressing.
According to a report from the Maine Bureau of Insurance, Community Health Options—one of only three insurers on the entire ObamaCare market in Maine—finished 2016 with a total net loss of $58.3 million.
WASHINGTON – Today, Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) is formally announcing that since he was first sworn-in for his first term in office in January 2015 he has chosen not to accept the special congressional heath care benefits afforded to Members of Congress:
WASHINGTON – Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) released the following statement regarding forthcoming legislative action this week in the U.S. House of Representatives designed to lay the foundation to bring much needed health insurance relief to thousands of Maine families suffering under the rapidly failing ObamaCare law:
WASHINGTON – Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) applauded the U.S. House of Representative’s passage of the bipartisan 21st Century Cures Act yesterday, a comprehensive bill that will make major investments in innovative medical research, help find cures and treatments for diseases, and provide critical support to combat the opioid epidemic in Maine and other states across the nation. Congressman Poliquin released the following statement:
WASHINGTON – In response to concerns from Maine rural fire chiefs about the impact the jump in EpiPen prices is having on their local departments, Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02) is urging the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to ease restrictions on prospective providers from entering the marketplace, to help open up competition in order to drive down the costs or to allow for an alternative, affordable treatment to be made available.
WASHINGTON – Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02), a founding member of the Congressional Bipartisan Task Force to Combat the Heroin Epidemic, joined Republicans and Democrats in urging Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to include critical funding for the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA) in the anticipated continuing resolution spending bill that will likely be voted on in the House later this month. The bipartisan group of lawmakers sent a letter to the House leaders this week.