Dear CNP Action, Inc. Constituent,
CNP Action, Inc. hosted its December "Call to Action" yesterday with Congressman Marsha Blackburn (TN-7) who discussed the importance of conservative leadership in Congress, the many disasters in Obamacare, and conservative/free market solutions to replace Obamacare.
Congressman Blackburn began the call by discussing the need and desire for strong conservative leadership in Congress to stand up to Obama's executive overreach and disregard for economic liberty. She encouraged everyone on the call and all CNP Action, Inc. constituents to familiarize themselves with some of the conservative policy proposals coming from the Republican Study Committee.
She went on to describe three bills that directly address some of the problems with Obamacare. The first bill she described was H.R. 2809 -- a bill that would delay all Obamacare provisions for one year. The second bill Congressman Blackburn explained was H.R. 762 -- a bill that would allow the purchase of health insurance across state lines. The last bill she highlighted was H.R. 3121 The American Health Care Reform Act -- a bill that completely repeals Obamacare and offers a series of free market approaches to offering affordable, quality health insurance.
Congressman Blackburn appreciated the work CNP Action, Inc. constituents continue to do in the name of conservative values. She reminded everyone that a united vision and purpose is the key to advancing conservative ideas and repealing Obamacare entirely.
At CNP Action, Inc., we want to recognize the warriors such as Congressman Blackburn, for their continued fight for conservative principles. As a constituent of CNP Action, Inc. you can help promote positive change by taking the suggested actions below.
- Contact your Congressman and Senators and share your personal stories about how Obamacare has negatively impacted you.
- Familiarize yourself with the following bills and encourage your Congressman to support them:
Clarke R. Wise
Managing Director, Special Events and Presentations
Director of Congressional Affairs
CNP Action, Inc.