This Congress will be a consequential one giving us the opportunity to repeal Obamacare and bring patient-centered, market-based reforms to the healthcare industry. This burdensome tangle of laws and regulations is producing unintended consequences that slow innovation and make health care more unaffordable. We must get the government out of the health care business and put consumers back in the driver’s seat. Americans deserve health care that meets their needs rather than a Washington mandate. Obamacare has exacerbated existing problems in our health care system, and I look forward to implementing solutions that are consumer and market-centered, not government mandated.
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WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Drew Ferguson (R-Ga.) today voted in favor of the Small Business Fairness Act of 2017. This legislation would allow small businesses to band together with other small businesses to purchase health care plans at more competitive prices.
“As a former small business owner, I have firsthand experience with the struggle to find affordable health care for my family and my employees,” said Ferguson. “With this bill, we can begin to level the playing field in the health care market.”
The bill passed the House by a vote of 236-175.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Drew Ferguson (R-Ga.), a member of the Committee on the Budget, today voted to pass the American Health Care Act (AHCA) out of the House Office Budget Committee.
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Drew Ferguson (R-Ga.) today released the following statement following the Senate vote to confirm Dr. Tom Price as Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services:
WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Drew Ferguson (R-Ga.) today spoke at a Committee on the Budget hearing on The Failures of Obamacare: Harmful Effects and Broken Promises. During his question and answer period, Ferguson spoke about his own experiences as a health care provider and asked about barriers to care.
“As a provider this is something I have lived with every single day,” said Ferguson. “We are spending more time on regulations than on health care delivery.”