By Consumers For Quality Care, on July 14, 2021
WASHINGTON – Consumers for Quality Care delivered a petition from more than 7,000 Americans calling on members of Congress to enact common sense insurance reforms to increase access to quality, affordable care in the face of rising health care costs.
In less than two months the petition, which calls out rising deductibles, out-of-pocket-costs, junk insurance plans, and restrictions on coupons to pay for prescription drug costs, received 7,361 total signatures.
States with most signatures included: Arizona, Colorado, Delaware, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Washington.
Read the petition and add your name to demand that Congress prioritize consumers in the health care debate with common sense reforms.