REDDING, Calif. - A Northstate assemblyman is asking voters to share stories about problems they have faced since "Obamacare" was enacted.
Republican Dan Logue has set up a hotline to make sharing those stories even easier.
Logue, a north state assemblyman and the Chief Republican Whip, represents the 3rd assembly district, which includes Butte, Tehama, and Glenn county.
"Time and time again, I have warned California families that the Affordable Care Act would mean people losing their current health coverage, having to pay more out of pocket for lower quality care, an out-of-control government bureaucracy and rising costs for taxpayers."
The hotline isn't just open to Northstate residents; it's open to anybody living in the state of California.
If you want to share your story, just dial 916-443-5688.
Or, you can e-mail your story to Assemblyman Logue directly at Assemblymember.Logue@assembly.ca.gov.