Rep. Bucshon Holds ACA Town Hall
Jan 23, 2014 My Wabash Valley

By Kyle Inskeep

Congressman Larry Bucshon is clear on his position about the Affordable Care Act.

"I don't believe at the end of the day this is going to be the end of the solution to meet our goals," Rep. Bucshon said. 

But that didn't stop him from hearing from those who support it.

"I'm optimistic, I'm very optimistic. Much like you Doc, I think that we will figure this out. This is a way of evolving to a better place," Mary Ann Conroy, CEO of Terre Haute Regional Hospital.

And those who find the law flawed.

"It's frustrating. I think it was implemented without care and concern, too quickly," Danny Tanoos, VCSC Superintendent said.

The new healthcare marketplace opened for business on October first.

It's allowed millions of americans like Jeffrey Dykes, who signed up in October, to secure affordable health coverage.

"I can't afford to go to the grocery store and buy food because i'm putting out so much in insurance," Dykes said.

But others like Dean Wildin  have fallen between the cracks.

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