Paul Sadler on Health Care
But even through this chaotic back-and-forth, the two candidates owned their distinctively different political views. Cruz again cemented his vow to repeal President Obama's Affordable Care Act, while Sadler said Congress can't afford to take away the benefits the reform has offered to young adults and the elderly.
A: I do not believe Congress should overhaul Medicare. The solvency of Medicare Parts B, C and D is insured by individual premiums. Part A is fiscally secure until the year 2026. Just as in the case of Social Security, Congress should consider options to strengthen the system and make it more fair. But this cannot happen until the voters of our state and our country send serious problem solvers to Washington, D.C.
A: Paul Sadler supports more investments at the state and federal level in access to quality, affordable health care. He supports the Affordable Care Act.
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