Connecting federal health law with Obamacare nickname "a lost cause" in Powell County, local Democratic chair says
01/31/2017 07:00 PM
STANTON — More than once a week, Josie Hollon will run into someone in her community who depends on health coverage obtained through the Affordable Care Act and voted for President Donald Trump. “They will come into the office and say, ‘I don’t want the Obamacare, but I would like the affordable health care,’” said Hollon, an insurance agent and chairwoman of the Powell County Democratic Party. “But you try to explain it and they are so against that president that... Read more
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