Kinzinger Appears On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, Discusses HHS’ Latest Obamacare Regulations

From the office of Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R, Illinois 16th District)…

Greta: “The costs are necessarily going to rise for everybody else so it’s not quite as cheap as everyone had, at least that the administration had said it was. Is that true?”

Kinzinger: “The whole system, the whole theory behind it is flawed. It doesn’t work. That’s why the Obama administration frankly promised health insurance costs for a family, they said it’s going to go down $2,500 a year and we’ve already seen it up $3,000. We’re really at the beginning of the premium increases…”

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