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Top 5 Reasons To Vote NO On The Democrat Health Care Plan

States Burdened With $25 Billion In Unfunded Mandates From Medicaid That Would Force Them To Increase Taxes. $2 Billion for California Alone. (Page 7, Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09)

$493 Billion In Tax Increases On Health Insurance, Medical Innovation, Payroll And Small Businesses Would Pay For The Bill. (Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09)

$465 Billion In Medicare And Medicaid Cuts Would Pay For Two New Unsustainable Entitlements. (Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09)

Health Care Costs For The Federal Government – And Your Family – Would Increase, Not Decrease. (Page 16, Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09)

The True Cost Is Still Unknown: The “Doc Fix” Provision That Would Add $250 Billion To The Deficit Is Not Included In The Democrats’ List Price For Their Health Care Experiment. (Page 17, Douglas W. Elmendorf, Letter To Senator Harry Reid, 11/18/09)

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