Capitol Hill Book Forum for Congressional Staffers

Published on the one-year anniversary of the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, Why ObamaCare Is Wrong for America is the first in-depth examination of the impact of this unprecedented law on nearly every part of American society. Written by four clear-eyed health policy experts who do not pull their punches, this new book demystifies the complex contortions of the sweeping plan that the Obama administration and Congress finally jammed into final law last year, despite the strong protests of a skeptical public. The authors explore the initial and future effects of ObamaCare on its victims – the American people. Eye-opening and unsettling, but still inspiring all of us to do better, this is a book that everyone in America should read. Why ObamaCare Is Wrong for America delivers essential information on what’s in the new health care law, explains how it will affect you, and recommends what you can do about it.

Please join us on Tuesday, March 29, to discuss the dangerous impact of the new health law on families, seniors, young adults, doctors, employers, and taxpayers; plus its continuing threats to the economy, access to care, and our constitutional rights.

Speakers:
THOMAS P. MILLER, American Enterprise Institute
GRACE-MARIE TURNER, Galen Institute
JAMES C. CAPRETTA, Ethics and Public Policy Center
ROBERT E. MOFFIT, The Heritage Foundation

Registration:
This American Enterprise Institute event is open to attendance by Congressional staff members only. Please contact Kassondra Parker at GOV1@aei.org to request an invitation.

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