House Oversight Chair Darrell Issa (R-CA) is taking his Obamacare oversight investigation on a four-state national tour in the next month.
Issa’s office announced the tour Monday. It will start in Gastonia, N.C., Friday and end in Dallas, Texas, on Dec. 16. In between, there will be hearings in Gainesville, Ga., (Dec. 6) and Arizona (Dec. 6).
“While the President repeatedly said that Americans could keep their insurance under ObamaCare, even he has had to admit that just isn’t so. By holding these field hearings, the Committee will hear firsthand the stories about the initial impact of broken promises,” Issa said in a statement. “These hearings will help the Oversight Committee determine how the Affordable Care Act is affecting individuals in areas hit the hardest by the ACA where costs are rising and choices are limited. HealthCare.gov continues to struggle while millions of Americans have their health plans cancelled and are left without the options the President promised.”