The Affordable Care Act has been lauded for its promises to bring down health care costs, but it also has drawn the ire of many conservatives.
Some conservatives have even suggested that the law should be repealed.
If you don’t like Obamacare, they argue, you should not have insurance, too.
The Texas Tribune has teamed up with Kaiser Health News to highlight the problems with Texas health care, which has some of the worst health care outcomes in the country.
In a special election for the state’s 1st Congressional District, Democrat Jon Corzine has been criticized for using the state to score political points against his Republican opponent, who is running as a health care advocate.
The district, which includes some of Texas’ poorest neighborhoods, is one of a handful of heavily Democratic districts where Republicans have held office for more than a decade.
While the state is home to a number of large counties, including Dallas, Fort Worth, and Austin, Corzines district is home mostly to smaller towns and suburbs.
In his bid to become the stateís top cop, Corszine made headlines in 2015 when he became the first Democratic incumbent to be elected to the House since the Civil War.
Since taking office, Cora has fought against the law’s expansion of Medicaid, the health insurance program for the poor and uninsured, which many conservatives have opposed.
He has called the expansion “Obamacare Lite.”
While Cora is the longest-serving Texas governor, he was first elected to Congress in 2002 and has held that office ever since.
Cora won reelection in 2016, and he has continued to fight for the expansion of the program.
His Republican opponent is seeking to expand Medicaid eligibility.
Corziner is the son of former congressman Sam Corzino, who served in the House from 1997 to 2001.
His father also served in Congress from 2002 to 2006.
Coro’s first political victory came in 2008 when he unseated incumbent Republican Rep. Todd Rokita, who was reelected to the seat after serving in Congress for seven terms.
Corcion won a primary victory that year in his bid for the Texas state Senate, and since then, he has been a consistent presence in the statehouse.
Coras first election to Congress was in 2014, when he ran for the Republican nomination against Rep. Joe Straus, who had been in office for four years.
Corsons victory helped him win re-election in 2015 and, in the 2016 election, he defeated incumbent Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro, who held the seat for two terms.
In 2017, Corcions re-nomination also helped him hold the seat until the state voted on the Republican presidential primary in 2020.
Corcia served as president of the Texas State Employees Union and is the president of Equality Texas, which is focused on helping Texas families with health care issues.
He is also the co-chair of Equality America, a pro-equality organization that advocates for voting rights.
He was the cochair of the Republican Governors Association, a group that promotes conservative policies.
Corcorans opponent is running against him in the 2018 election.
In addition to his campaign, Corcia is also a board member of the Coalition for Affordable Health Care, which he chairs.
Corbett has also been a vocal critic of the law.
In 2015, he said the law would drive up healthcare costs and said that the ACA is “dead.”
He later said that he did not believe the law was working, and that the cost of premiums would rise by as much as $2,000 a year for individuals, according to the Houston Chronicle.
Corbetts campaign has been accused of trying to manipulate the political environment for Corbett in order to increase his chances of winning the 2018 primary election.
Corbetts campaign has also made an effort to raise money and organize volunteers.
In recent weeks, the campaign has partnered with an anti-LGBT group called Equality Texas.
The group was founded by a group of LGBT activists that also included a member of Corbetts administration, which the governor was previously in office.
Equality Texas is led by Dr. John Buehler, a Texas pediatrician who has argued that the LGBT community has no moral right to public bathrooms and has called homosexuality a mental illness.
Buehl also is a member and board member at the Texas Policy Evaluation Project, a think tank that focuses on conservative policies that could have a negative impact on LGBT people.
In February, Equality Texas launched a GoFundMe page to help Corbett with his campaign.
The campaign has raised nearly $13,000 as of March 14, according a tally by the campaign.
“We are so proud of the campaign, the fundraising effort, the volunteer effort, all of the work we have done and are continuing to do,” said Buehn.
Corbes campaign did not respond to a request for comment about how the campaign is using the GoFundme to help him raise money.
Corbatts campaign is also looking to raise additional