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From congress right now we're joined by democratic congressman John -- -- California and Republican congressman.
Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee.
-- president Blackburn first thing you know what most Republicans you were against those slot from day one where -- the GOP go from here.
I think that while we do is news.
I get busy with repealing getting off the books and we -- than just -- women -- I knew that covering 80% of all the American women and want.
The health care to be patient centered.
And -- you got such opposition to this slots bad policy -- Our focus will be on getting off the bus and living awkwardly increased pricing options he -- cost in -- day.
Several classes then restore the cuts that we're making Medicare and let's help your tax rate.
-- congressman Garamendi your response to that the fight does not seem to be over.
Well it won't be over but we need to understand what's in the law today within the law today is the elimination of discrimination against women.
You can't women cannot be charged a higher rate than man simply because they're women similarly with children newborn children cannot be denied.
Insurance coverage if you're eighteen.
Under the old law you would lose 21 you would lose your healthcare now you can keep until you're 26 with your parents.
All of those patient bill of rights -- in the modern day and the Supreme Court said.
Go forward with that we also need to understand the small businesses will receive a very very significant.
Reduction in the cost of their health care insurance hand.
There are four or five -- standard policies that will eventually be put into place across America.
Through the various exchanges Citi stable have so that access to quality health insurers will be available to every American.
This man congressman you see -- yeah congressman access yeah here is a point and -- -- causing the numbers are Fox Business.
On the impact on individuals and on businesses of particular small businesses you they have not been happy with -- -- -- because they're concerned about the bottom line it looks like like 2014.
Individuals and this is gonna -- -- exit 37 point four billion dollars.
And health care premiums under this plot that is now a lot of it is the Supreme Court has verified and those what -- -- California.
But those will not be the very small businesses who do not have to provide the insurance at all.
But for those that are above the I think it's twenty and 45 employees they will be subsidized.
And their insurance rates from.
I don't know him and that's and that's split the difference comes -- -- What they stand today is this is attacks so what you've got is if you're not paying for this health insurance in some way shape or form.
Then -- got an IRS problem that you're going to have to deal went.
Ending you know I think that the court provided some clarification to -- never Minneapolis and there were millions of Americans -- -- and that.
This isn't about better health care -- obamacare lock them out attacks well I think.
Thanks so what we have to do is get this off the books well what is your -- policy it's not what the American people want it.
We lived through missing -- actually -- I got here about eight Arrington is saying it was pollen count will not ten.
Thank you actually it is very good policy to end insurance discrimination -- -- insurance commissioner for eight years in California the biggest state.
And -- health insurance companies would routinely discriminated against people they had preexisting conditions they couldn't get health insurance under this law.
Whether you are healthy or not you'll be able to get health insurance at a reasonable rate.
And if you don't have any desire you will be subsidized let me finish up unrest -- along with -- -- -- your turn me regard to the law itself.
Yes there is a mandate to have insurance and that was something that the insurance companies want to because they didn't want just sick.
People they want to have a broad cross section of the community.
And that's with well -- Being run -- a real life example of why this doesn't -- Tennessee with the test case for public option health care and gas -- the number of uninsured.
Didn't -- -- Through the test case -- -- -- Views haven't asked the same numbers out what is saying you know when you get this public option health -- it does not solve your problems.
What is the willingness on the issues that people want and -- reconciled.
Costing too much lack access issues right it will take -- -- the race is above this little on the -- Marquette and having a product.
It will have a limit the -- actually yeah.
Good -- -- I don't -- -- reaction -- that now Vivian -- debate for 2009 to 2012 cost control or lack thereof has been.
That the forefront of this this still does not control costs mr.
Garamendi how would you control costs -- we do now going forward.
Actually there's a great deal in the bill that does control cost and actually with regard to Medicare.
The cut in Medicare actually it was a reduction in the super.
Extra money that was given to the health insurance companies all of that money was plowed back -- benefits.
For seniors it did not go anywhere else except back into Medicare act so that's just one of those bed carries out there now with regard to control the cost.
This bill has a major element called.
Electronic medical records which will land a lot of the confusions a lot of the misdiagnosis and drugs and all the rest goes with it.
There's also a very significant cost control in this -- -- holding down the profits and insurance companies and I yeah this is required yeah sure.
Outlet like night and I'm I don't know I can't seconds -- -- thought I was slightly yes CBO has already -- and it -- his novel.
Just sends a -- was passed you can look at what happened we've taken care costs aren't pulled within five years I'd have you.
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Yeah this movie gallery here.
I'm -- me I'm not -- about -- I don't have it back to sanity and of course are reluctant banks about a video calling you to continue this deduction off camera we got the enough the government didn't.