Governor, Lt. Governor Want to Talk With You, February 13

Date: February 09, 2018

Exclusively for NFIB members, listen to their plan to fix Obamacare, ask questions

Idaho is making national news with its bold initiatives on health care, which is why Gov. Butch Otter and Lt. Gov. Brad Little want to talk exclusively with NFIB members. They know small-business owners have been the most affected by Obamacare, but what does their plan to fix it entail?

They also know that small-businesses owners have ranked the cost and availability of health care their No. 1 issue for the past 30 years. On this NFIB-exclusive Telephone Town Hall meeting, you’ll have the chance to ask Governor Otter and Lt. Governor Little health-care questions of importance to you.

You will be called at the phone number listed on your NFIB account on Wed., Feb 13, at 10:00 a.m. to be instantly connected to the Telephone Town Hall. If you’d like to be contacted at an alternate number than the one on your NFIB account, click here.

[Photo courtesy of Gov. Butch Otter’s Flickr page.]

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