And no, he doesn't have an opinion that he's willing to share.
It seems like there are three reasonable choices:
- Accept the CBO’s findings
- Put forward your own findings, with an equal level of transparency as to how you made your estimates
- Admit you really don’t care what effects the law will actually have.
The staffers always want to have a message to pass along. So I asked the Congressman to be honest with his constituents about how you think the AHCA will affect their health insurance, or stop pretending to care about our well-being.