Congressman Grothman On Town Hall Meeting Concerns
Congressman Glenn Grothman says the seven town hall meetings he held across Wisconsin’s 6th Congressional District earlier this week were well attended. He says there are still people upset about the election of Donald Trump as president and he heard from a few of them. He says quite a few people were concerned about Obamacare and the effort to repeal it. He says we are in a situation around the country where already a third of the counties have only one insurance company offering a plan. He says it won’t be long before those counties won’t have any insurance plans at all. He says something has to be done. He says the promises of Obamacare were not fulfilled. Grothman also says people were concerned about cuts in funding. He says it reminds him of why the country got so far in debt in the first place.