Top 303 Affordable Quotes

In this post, you will find great Affordable Quotes from famous people, such as Mazie Hirono, Kevin Spacey, Alexandra C. Pelosi, John Mackey, London Breed. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

It is clear that our national security and economic gro

It is clear that our national security and economic growth are tied to affordable, abundant energy sources.
If we don’t reach out to make theatre affordable to the young generation, we will lose them all.
Government has to produce affordable housing. Government has to produce answers.
We do take seriously our responsibility, and growing ability, to educate people about healthy eating and giving them greater access to nourishing and affordable fresh food.
Getting around San Francisco should be convenient, safe, affordable, and sustainable.
President Obama is also standing up for women in North Carolina and across our country. He has helped women fight for equal pay for equal work; he has fought to guarantee that women have access to quality, affordable health care, including making sure that insurance plans cover birth control with no out-of-pocket cost.
Bev Perdue
Besides boutiques, I love H&M. Affordable and adorable.
I will continue to support legislation that provides American families and Seniors affordable health care.
Ed Pastor
No matter how the Supreme Court rules on the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, states are making progress in developing strategies to provide more access to quality health care coverage.
You may have heard me say that I am going to create a safe, fair, affordable city for all New Yorkers. But you have probably heard other candidates say that before. What I want you to know is that those will be my priorities because those issues aren’t political to me; they’re personal.
I love Gap for affordable men’s sweaters.
President Trump can’t vote for me. The people that sent me up here sent me up here to repeal and replace, 100 percent, the Affordable Care Act.
It’s just really important I think for fashion to be affordable, because everyone should have the opportunity to wear cute things and be happy and comfortable in what they are wearing. That’s definitely how I like to shop and how I like to think about clothes and fashion.
It’s easy to design expensive products. But there’s that product democracy that I believe very strongly in to make something affordable for almost anybody that would want to use it.
Housing, not buying, should be a right – and available and affordable for all. Right to buy is devastating our housing system, just as rail privatisation has devastated our transport infrastructure.
Tax increment financing has demonstrated benefits to supporting the type of development projects we need to make housing more affordable for all.
If we are to ensure that healthcare remains affordable and widely available for future generations, we need to radically rethink how we provide and manage it – in collaboration with key health system partners – and apply the technology that can help achieve these changes.
Perhaps the biggest economic shift during Obama’s presidency came from a piece of legislation that wasn’t sold as such. On March 21, 2010, Congress passed the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare. It was Obama’s boldest piece of legislation and the one that will most likely define him.
On-demand ridesharing can make cities less congested and polluted and free up resources. Shared rides can become so affordable that they cost the same as a bus ride today.
A stable and affordable home is fundamental to economic security.
Why can’t we, with a more intelligent policy, actually have houses that are affordable, built at higher densities than they are at the moment and built on brownfield sites.
It is no secret that New York City has an affordable housing shortage. For those who‘ve returned from the battlefield, the problem is even more pronounced.
The Affordable Care Act was not affordable. The Affordable Care Act is not affordable.
Quality, affordable housing is a key element of a strong and secure Iowa.
In the Affordable Care Act, Congress provided access to medical care for nearly 30 million uninsured Americans. Access is critically important, but offering access to an already broken system won‘t provide a lasting cure. We need to ask and answer the underlying question: Access to what?
I think the American people, through the healthy exchange of ideas, understood that they could do better as a country, in terms of healthcare, affordable education, affordable housing.
The digitisation of money, the rapid expansion of internet access and, of course, the adoption of mobile phones have created the perfect conditions to make it easier, secure, and affordable to save, spend, give, and borrow.
Americans want jobs. They want affordable health insurance. They want an education.
Considering the great benefits broadband connectivity can bring to individuals and businesses alike, it is crucial for developing countries – and underserved communities in developed countries – to help build out broadband infrastructure in an affordable manner.
We have to tell the stories of the everyday Americans who are adversely impacted by these policies. That’s how we were able to keep the Affordable Care Act from being repealed. People told their stories; people showed up at Town Hall.
Natural gas is the one fuel that we have that’s affordable, it’s scaleable, it can replace coal over time, it can replace imported oil, can create American jobs.
Aubrey McClendon
So, we're saying, if we can give developers and builder

So, we’re saying, if we can give developers and builders incentives to cut down on the regulatory barriers that are faced in this country, then we might be able to address the needs of affordable housing.
Security is still the most important issue facing Washington state residents and millions of Americans – the security of having a job, of access to affordable health care, of a quality education, and of protecting our homeland and defending our nation.
Before the Affordable Care Act, one in five bankruptcies in this state was health care related.
I refuse to allow President Trump and Republicans to take away our right to quality, affordable healthcare.
The Affordable Care Act’s requirement that certain individuals pay a financial penalty for not obtaining health insurance may reasonably be characterized as a tax.
We need to develop clean, affordable, and reliable energy sources, and frankly, we need to license that technology to the rest of the world.
With the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act, more people will have insurance coverage and, in principle, be eligible for more care.
I ask the American people not to fall victim to disinformation. There are no death panels. The Affordable Care Act cuts the deficit.
In Congress, I am a strong supporter of the New Apollo Energy Act. This plan would help to establish our energy independence, create jobs, and provide cleaner, reliable, and more affordable energy.
I tried all my life to make housing affordable. The more affordable the house, the more money I make.
In general, more affordable housing correlates with lower income inequality.
At LearnVest, we’re working to make financial planning both accessible and affordable so that everyone has the opportunity to get on track financially.
We must invest in affordable housing, quality education, safe parks and green space, good paying jobs, comprehensive mental health and trauma services, and other supports that will help all of our people.
Fair and affordable housing is a basic right for all New Yorkers and all Americans.
Nydia Velazquez
Throughout our history we have been tireless advocates for expanding access to high-quality, affordable medicine. This is especially true in the area of HIV/AIDS.
I embrace the idea that we need to make sure that everyone has coverage – that everybody in North Carolina should have access to quality, affordable care.
Ultimately, the bread and butter of McDonald‘s is delivering great service, great quality food, at affordable prices day in and day out.
I’ll put working families first by fighting to increase access to affordable health care, improve our public schools, and create more jobs that pay good wages.
Growing up, Guess always had these amazing billboards and cool affordable clothing. I wore it then, and I still wear it now! It’s come full-circle. When I design the clothes, I have a very good team around me, showing me different pieces and cuts.
As a first-generation college student, I know the hurdles that far too many people face in accessing quality, affordable higher education.
I’ll continue to work with my colleagues to fight efforts to roll back access to affordable health care for Nevadans.
We need a vibrant Medicaid program and strategies to expand affordable access to health care for all, especially for the specialty care services that community health centers do not provide.
I can’t predict the future. All I know is that if we continue down the path we’re on, the Affordable Care Act will implode on itself. People will be without insurance.
I don’t think it should be a surprise when we’re talking about energy and trying to have more home-grown energy, be less reliant on foreign oil when you look at our health care that we’re trying to get more affordable health care, that these are going to create major debates in this country and be somewhat polarizing.
When President Trump promised we would get better, cheaper health care that would fix the problems of the Affordable Care Act, I hoped it was true. Unfortunately, the American Healthcare Act promises giant cuts to the programs that I and every other poor, sick and disabled person have relied on for our lives.
Good design should be available to everyone – and I do mean everyone. What I spent on the wheelchair I’m in could buy a small Mercedes. It’s not only unfair to me; it’s unfair to someone who’s indigent but has the same needs. My goal is to make all objects affordable.
Long-term, Congress needs to replace Obamacare with market-driven health reform that’s affordable for everyday Iowans and empowers consumers.
There are many women with children under five who want to work and who lack affordable, high-quality child care.
Harriet Harman
I want to make affordable shoes of quality that are very fashion forward, chic, and that I’m going to wear.
The N.B.A. is for the best players, not for the most affordable players.
When technology is ready for something novel, when the components needed to build something new become affordable, it is going to be done by someone and more likely by several people.
We will primarily focus on affordable housing, water su

We will primarily focus on affordable housing, water supply and transport infrastructure, as these are critical for Mumbai. Infrastructure deficit is an issue in all urban areas.
We need to build on the progress of the Affordable Care Act, not tear it down in the middle of a global pandemic.
We must take action now, by permitting re-importation, to ensure that health care and prescription drugs remain accessible and affordable for everyone.
Policies that aim to promote the livelihood security of the people – promoting employment, improving the nutritional status of children and women, expanding educational opportunities, and providing affordable healthcare – would be the first charge on the budget of a developmental state.
Technologies, including cell phones, have the potential to help millions of poor people out of poverty by enabling access to a range of safe, affordable financial services – most importantly, savings accounts – that have long been out of reach.
Most across the political spectrumwhether you’re a Republican, Democrat, Progressive or Independent – agree with the need for more affordable housing.
Energy is one of those things that brings Europe together in terms of our security needs, affordable energy and climate change.
That’s what the Affordable Care Act is all about. It’s about filling the gaps in employer-based care so that when we lose a job, or go back to school, or start that new business, we’ll still have coverage.
I have experimented with semi-precious stones because it’s more fun and affordable too. Then, I have the colourful rubies, Columbian emeralds and a mix of everything.
NASA has spin-offs, and it’s a huge and very impressive list, including accurate and affordable LASIK eye surgery.
Reliable and affordable energy is the foundation of America’s strength. Without it, our prosperity and security can fall outside our control.
Ripple is redefining the way that value moves around the world, and today we’re already enabling real-time, affordable international settlement between banks who have adopted our solutions.
Chris Larsen
Today the biggest problem in caring for those with AIDS is no longer mainly a medical or scientific problem. The crisis is access to affordable drugs.
It is time for us to make a real commitment to our rural communities by expanding broadband, by supporting our farmers, by building affordable housing and taking on rural poverty. That’s how we leave no one behind.
Women leading means that Congress is working to create jobs, make quality child care more affordable and strengthen the middle class because we understand that America grows the economy and opportunity from the middle out, not the top down.
I care about affordable housing. I care about bus routes. I care about small business. I care about schools. These are not Muslim issues. Even protection of civil rights – that’s not just a Muslim issue. That is for everyone.
I have been looking at a number of things in affordable housing because I do know that the price of housing has gone up a lot.
There are people in this country who have waited for decades for affordable health coverage for themselves and their families.
Flooding is the costliest and most common cause of property damage, which is why federal flood insurance should be affordable and accessible to all.
I think what you got to do is to create an environment which people wish to sit in. You have to create a menu which is interesting to people. You have to create food which is delicious and affordable. I think that’s what’s important.
If people really want to sit down and visit and talk about things like health care, which is a very, very important issue in Montana, I think oftentimes you want to get to the same goal. And that is affordable health care costs.
I support the Affordable Care Act and believe we should take steps to further expand coverage and reduce costs.
It’s always been about making the best Mac we know how. Among the many benefits are making it easy to use and affordable, with great features.
Building and preserving housing, along with keeping people housed, are critical to making our city more affordable for all.
As the first member of my immediate family to graduate from college, making higher education more affordable and accessible is a top priority of mine.
All Americans should have access to quality, affordable health care.
One of the criticism I had about the Affordable Care Act is it made insurance so expensive that people who had it didn’t even use it because their premiums were high. Their deductibles were high. Their copays were high.
The ACA is far from perfect, but through Kynect and expanded Medicaid, it enabled more than 400,000 Kentuckians – especially those with pre-existing conditions – to get affordable health insurance for the first time.
I’m not for single payer. But I’m for continuation of the Affordable Care Act.
The Affordable Care Act is a public-policy flop of epic proportions.
Ever since I retired from competitive bodybuilding, one of my dreams has been to offer an affordable way for independent gym owners to make a comfortable income and empower them to help the sick and diseased at the same time.
We are fighting for an affordable, diverse community wh

We are fighting for an affordable, diverse community where all of us can thrive.
I’ve always cared about education, and I worked with Senator Schumer on making several thousand dollars of college tuition tax deductible. That will help a lot of your middle class families make college more affordable.
Planned Parenthood‘s mission, on paper, is to give women quality and affordable health care and to protect women’s rights. In reality, their mission is to increase their abortion numbers and, in turn, increase their revenue.
Many Kentuckians are benefiting from it. Even Republican Kentuckians are benefiting from the Affordable Care Act.
If the House Republicans want to repeal the Affordable Care Act, they should make their case to the American people and elect a president and a majority in both Houses of Congress prepared to do that.
Jerrold Nadler
Under Obamacare, it virtually is impossible to find out the price of anything. That’s not the way to make health care affordable.
Growing our economy and protecting our environment by supporting cleaner and more affordable energy and transportation choices can go together.
We have to understand that we want to pay the farmers the real price for the food that they produce. It won’t ever be cheap to buy real food. But it can be affordable. It’s really something that we need to understand. It’s the kind of work that it takes to grow food. We don’t understand that piece of it.
Until I have a family or a mortgage, I’m trying to keep my lifestyle simple and my apartment affordable so that I can continue to focus on theater. That’s as good as it gets for me.
The Safe and Affordable Food Labeling Act aims to address unnecessary impediments to feeding the world.
The facts of the fossil record never justified denying poor people a healthy diet. The facts of the weather record do not justify denying poor people affordable energy. And no set of facts, whatever they may be, can justify denying scientists – or anyone else, for that matter – the right to free speech.
All Americans must have access to the Internet in today’s digital world, and the market needs competition to drive affordable prices.
From prescription drug costs to reproductive care to COVID-19, I will fight to ensure that every Mainer receives the quality, affordable care they deserve.
The Affordable Care Act has been designed to provide health security by driving competition, lowering premiums, and protecting families.
It took me a while to get an electric guitar and a bass and amps and stuff. Playing the acoustic guitar was much easier and more affordable. But I was always listening to the radio and was interested in all the rock and pop music.
I started Shutterstock out of my own need. I’d previously created a few software companies, and each time, I struggled to find affordable images to use on my websites.
The Affordable Care Act has turned out to be anything but affordable.
Progressive Democratic President Barack Obama swept into power hell-bent on forcing through a makeover of our nation’s healthcare system. The result was a costly new tax and failed programme, the Affordable Care Act.
All my life, I’ve had restaurants that were affordable.
Looking at affordable health care, I think it is important that we look not only at prescription drugs, but also make sure that there is a major focus on health care.
Americans need health care focused on them, not Washington. They want choices, not more mandates. They want affordable plans with ready access to local doctors and hospitals – not high-priced plans with doctors they don’t know.
We must ensure that technology is accessible, affordable, and adds value.
People should have affordable places to live. That’s a fundamental right.
People aren’t going to go bankrupt anymore if they have a serious illness, which was a serious issue here in the country before the Affordable Care Act. And, in fact, the expense of expanding health care for those who need the subsidy is picked up by the federal government for most of the early years.
While it’s absolutely important that we build housing for our low-income residents, when we are talking about opening up hundreds of sites for housing, we should be trying to build affordable housing for all of our residents struggling to pay rent. That means housing for teachers, for nurses, for janitors.
Both referred to the Affordable Care Act, which is the accurate title of the health care reform law, as ‘Obamacare.’ That is a disparaging reference to the President of the United States, it is meant as a disparaging reference to the President of the United States.
The provision of healthcare in America has been a major policy issue for many decades. From the establishment of Medicare & Medicaid to the Affordable Care Act, we have struggled to find a solution for not just providing access to healthcare – but also becoming a healthier population.
At their core, Americans all want the same basic things: a quality education for their children, a good job so they can provide for their families, healthcare and affordable prescription drugs, security during retirement, a strongly equipped military and national security.
While I support making improvements in the Affordable Care Act, trying to enact them while holding the government and our economic recovery hostage is reckless and irresponsible.
No one should die of cervical cancer because they can’t access quality, affordable reproductive health care.
I make food as affordable as possible.
I have worked very, very hard over the course of my tim

I have worked very, very hard over the course of my time in Congress to make sure that everybody does get access to quality, affordable, accessible health care.
Humanity‘s future, to say nothing of its prosperity, will depend on how the world tackles two central energy challenges: securing reliable supplies of affordable energy and switching to efficient low-carbon energy.
The bottom line is that the federal government is an important partner in addressing issues like funding our public schools, fixing our crumbling roads and infrastructure, protecting our natural resources and ensuring that healthcare is affordable and protects people with pre-existing conditions.
One of the best moments of the Obama presidency was the passage of the Affordable Care Act.
When our economy is truly healthy, and everyone rises with the tide of prosperity, then issues such as the lack of affordable housing, homelessness, and hunger are greatly diminished.
In the Senate, I will defend the protections in the Affordable Care Act, and expand health care to more Americans.
Our message of ensuring every Hoosier has access to a quality education that turns into a good paying job, that ultimately leads to a meaningful career with access to affordable health care, is resonating.
It’s not just organizing that demands affordable and fast mobile internet access. Small business owners depend on equal and fair online access for their livelihoods.
The mobile middle class gravitates to the cities where housing is affordable.
For the family living paycheck-to-paycheck, or those at risk in their current living situation, access to affordable housing is pivotal to their safety and long-term stability.
When I can control my own show, I want the price to be affordable so fans can actually see me. It’s a challenge because I have to do a lot of navigating to make the production stellar but do it on a realistic budget.
A strong economy causes an increase in the demand for housing; the increased demand for housing drives real-estate prices and rentals through the roof. And then affordable housing becomes completely inaccessible.
William Baldwin
By using our renewable resources, energy can be generated in a carbon-responsible, cost-effective manner that also creates jobs and mitigates climate change, providing a workable and affordable solution that will keep our planet healthy.
The American economy has always been driven by the entrepreneurial nature of its citizens, and blocking access to affordable health care will only suffocate growth within the small business sector of our economy.
Thanks to the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, preventive care services, including contraception, will be covered by private insurance plans without co-pays or deductibles.
Sandra Fluke
We are asking the question: What makes the most sense for public-private partnerships for affordable housing.
No one was talking about price decreases, but that does happen in the industry to keep medicine affordable.
If you really believe that you’re making a difference and that you can leave a legacy of better schools and jobs and safer streets, why would you not spend the money? The objective is to improve the schools, bring down crime, build affordable housing, clean the streets – not to have a fair fight.
Luxury and elegance can be affordable, and I think a MUST!
Soaring prescription drug costs have placed a tremendous strain on family budgets. They have also imposed a heavy burden on employers – both public and private – who are struggling to provide affordable health insurance coverage to their workers.
Having access to affordable, available health care is not a Republican or Democrat issue.
I think one of the most underreported and untouted benefits of the Affordable Care Act is the real investments we are finally making in this country in prevention.
When I ran for Congress I promised to help make health care affordable again.
All Australians understand that high-quality, reliable and affordable broadband is a critical part of the infrastructure our nation needs to prosper in coming years.
Whether we are talking about access to affordable birth control, feeling safe from violence in our homes, or being able to earn the same amount of money as our male counterparts, these are rights that all people deserve, and they are being threatened.
Americans need access to affordable, reliable health insurance. They want President Trump to take responsibility and work to ensure their continued access to their insurance – creating certainty and affordability, not confusion and chaos.
We know there is real interest from the American public in having easy access to the new, affordable choices in the Health Insurance Marketplace.
Hydropower is a clean and renewable energy source that provides affordable power throughout the country.
It’s clear that the small business tax credit created under the Affordable Care – while well-intentioned policy – can be improved to better serve the needs of small businesses.
I won’t stop fighting to give Nevadans access to affordable health care just because my husband is a doctor, just like I won’t stop standing up for veterans because my father served in World War II.
Shelley Berkley
How do we make hockey more affordable? How do we get it into more households? How do we keep it part of the conversation? Those are things that will help us not only increase registration numbers from a grassroots level but also deepen the player pool from the senior national team and the elite level.
In Indiana, the Affordable Care Act will raise the aver

In Indiana, the Affordable Care Act will raise the average cost of health insurance in the individual market by an unaffordable 72 percent.
I bemoaned the pending loss of Obamacare/the Affordable Care Act.
I’m going to rely upon the advice of affordable housing experts to make sure we meet the public’s expectations.
What we don’t talk about enough is Ohio‘s unique and remarkable quality of life. We are a state of cities, small towns and growing suburbs where life is affordable and destinations within reach. There is no better place to raise a family.
Bob Taft
I’d really love to see a business model for higher education going forward that is actually affordable, that uses modern technology to reach scale and quality and that really reimburses the services rendered in a way that’s meaningful to everybody.
We’re underscoring to everybody the promise at the heart of the Affordable Care Act, which is quality, affordable health care coverage available in a transparent marketplace for the first time ever.
We have to ask, ‘How can we break a huge challenge like sending humans to Mars into a series of doable, affordable steps? How can we break that problem down into chunks in order to keep making progress?’
We’ve had a long wrangle with the pharmaceutical industry about parallel imports, and what we were saying is we want to make medicines and drugs as affordable as a possible to what is largely a poor population.
My top three priorities for my first term in Congress are growing our economy; providing for quality, affordable health care; and keeping our nation and communities safe.
When I was a single, working mom with a newborn, I learned just how vital it is to have comprehensive, affordable health care.
Competition is the best way to ensure prescription drugs are affordable.
Imagine a safe city with all the affordable housing we need, a city that uses its resources to help lift the marginalized up and into stability. This is the Portland I imagine. This is the Portland I dream about every single day.
I took action to allow Montanans to participate in direct primary care agreements with doctors and authorized the use of health care sharing ministries, both of which provide alternatives for more affordable health care.
I was inspired to see leaders from Paris, New York City, San Francisco and Vancouver, B.C. rolling up their sleeves to create clean and safe transportation systems; make homes and buildings efficient, comfortable and affordable; and ensure more of our energy comes from clean sources like wind and solar.
To effectively fight the coronavirus crisis, we have to make sure that every person has access to quality, affordable health coverage.
Most of the well-developed world – Australia, Western Europe – they develop their resources base, they inventory it, they develop it, and they view it as a good source of jobs and revenue. We are a country that for too long has taken affordable energy for granted.
I have people coming to me every day, coming to my office, with life-threatening diseases – life-threatening diseases – and they were dropped from their health care because of the Affordable Care Act.
Michael Grimm
To ensure a bright and healthy future for hardworking Georgians, we must increase access to quality, affordable health care.
Working families are worried about affordable health care, public education, and earning enough to get ahead. Our people should know that Frankfort is working to solve the challenges they’re facing – not furthering the self-interests of lobbyists and insiders.
Sometimes it seems President Obama lives in a parallel universe where facts are floating around to be plucked out of suspended animation. Never more so than on the effects of the Affordable Care Act.
I’ve always been a big advocate of making shows affordable because a lot of these bottle-service clubs and events are geared toward really expensive experiences. Club music is for everyone, and it drives me crazy that people are getting priced out.
Health care is a human right, and single-payer health care will deliver quality, affordable care to every Illinoisan.
Patients deserve increased price transparency and affordable care, particularly as the system shifts significant costs to them.
By expanding the state’s EV infrastructure, PG&E is continuing to help California meet its climate goals while making it more convenient for our customers to choose clean, affordable electricity to fuel their vehicles.
Geisha Williams
When we make college more affordable, we make the American dream more achievable.
I am the son of a hand-loom weaver. I have a connection with yarn. I thought, ‘Why not try to make an affordable sanitary pad for my wife?’
Today there are people trying to take away rights that our mothers, grandmothers and great-grandmothers fought for: our right to vote, our right to choose, affordable quality education, equal pay, access to health care. We the people can’t let that happen.
We spent a lot of time trend forecasting and collaborating on ways to design a fresh line of fashion-forward, affordable luxury.
Cities around the United States do not have land use planning like we have in Oregon, and they are all struggling with issues like affordable housing.
We know that the way to decrease unplanned pregnancies and abortions is to make birth control and family planning services accessible and affordable, not micromanage the type of medical information and reproductive health counseling that women around the world receive.
We should work to de-link health insurance from employment so if you lose your job, your health insurance goes with you and it is personal, portable and affordable.
Lyft Line came out of the vision that we've had from th

Lyft Line came out of the vision that we’ve had from the beginning, which is how do we get the most affordable ride to everyone? Eighty percent of seats at all times on the road are empty. In Los Angeles, average car occupancy is 1.1, and if it were 1.3, there would be no traffic.
The promise of energy savings, reduced carbon emissions and affordable lighting was there from the inception. The proliferation of the technology into areas such as displays, automotive, medicine and horticulture was unexpected.
Shuji Nakamura
Dell’s a company that has changed the IT landscape in making PCs and servers more affordable. There’s enormous opportunities to make IT more accessible to tens of millions of companies, kind of democratizing the ability for companies to gain access to IT.
Striking down the Affordable Care Act would be a tragic setback.
When I first ran for Congress in 1992, I campaigned on a pledge to make affordable, quality healthcare a right, not a privilege, for all Americans.
Bart Stupak
We already know that social security is more affordable in Scotland than it is in the rest of the U.K. – spending on social protection takes up a smaller share of our economic output and our tax revenues than is the case in the U.K. as a whole.
Wind and solar power are land-intensive, a green sin, but not energy-dense, and affordable only when heavily subsidized. And wind power must be supplemented with hydrocarbons for reliability.
Since the Affordable Care Act allows individuals to buy affordable health care coverage on their own, women no longer have to remain in a job just for the health insurance – they can feel free to start their own business or care for a child or elderly parent.
Congress needs to work in a bipartisan way to fix the Affordable Care Act, not repeal it.
We must protect those with pre-existing conditions and ensure that every American family has access to quality, affordable health care.
On the one hand we have got to ask, are there some areas of universal benefits that are no longer affordable? But on the other hand let us look at the issue of dependency where we have trapped people in poverty through the extent of welfare that they have.
Now we’re doing it for different reasons. We’re doing it to bring back the families to the game, people who love the game, and make it an affordable night‘s entertainment.
Bobby Hull
High-quality health care is not available to millions of Americans who don’t have health insurance, or whose substandard plans provide minimum coverage. That’s why the Affordable Care Act is so important. It provides quality health insurance to both the uninsured and underinsured.
Our commitment to veterans requires that we fight for access to affordable health care.
If you’re self-employed, between jobs, or can’t get insurance through work, you’ll have access to affordable health insurance as good as Congressman Paul Ryan’s.
We can create more affordable coverage options for all Americans and help patients with pre-existing conditions – without forcing any satisfied Americans to lose coverage they like – through high-risk pools and reinsurance options.
I think it’s important, especially in health care, to take this step by step, whether it’s the replacement of the Affordable Care Act, how we make Medicaid work better, how we save Medicare for the long term.
It is important to remember the purpose of health care reform: to make sure Americans have access to quality, affordable health care – especially those individuals who were being denied by their insurance companies because they weren’t profitable customers.
I support defunding the police – particularly the militarization of our police force and reallocating those resources toward public health. And not just health care but mental health support, affordable housing, education, alternatives to incarceration, non-emergency responses to those who might be in mental distress.
I deal in volume. To sell volume, it must be affordable. So that’s my whole life, is to make it affordable.
Thanks to President Barack Obama, under the Affordable Care Act, millions more people will be eligible for health insurance, including many people with HIV.
Alex Newell
What we did with Raycon is, not only do we have electric transportation, we have headphones speakers, smart watches. High demand, high quality, but affordable.
America is a center right government, center right people. They want government but they don’t want it to be excessive. They want it to be affordable. And most importantly what Americans want is to pass on to their next generation their children a country that’s better, stronger and more vibrant and more prosperous.
We need affordable childcare and paid sick leave so workers don’t have to choose between their health and their livelihood.
We believe digital payments are making financial services more universally affordable, accessible and, therefore, have the opportunity to drive financial inclusion and financial health for billions worldwide.
Sustainability is important because we all are responsible to nourish our planet. And real food should be delicious, safe, affordable, and accessible to all. All without compromise.
I supported and voted for the public option in the version of the Affordable Care Act passed by the U.S. House. Had it been incorporated into the final version of the ACA, it would have done much to increase the competitiveness of ACA Exchange Marketplaces.
If the U.S. can transform its domestic market for HIV/AIDS drugs, it will certainly transform the world market and make HIV/AIDS drugs more affordable for everyone, everywhere.
One way to make health care more affordable is a Flexible Savings Account that allows families to save tax free money to pay for medical bills.
As we get closer to the end of this Congress, we should be addressing the urgent needs of the American people – the war in Iraq, affordable health care, a sensible energy policy, quality education for our children, retirement security, and a sound and fair fiscal policy.
For parents – women in particular – good quality, affordable childcare is vital.
American patients deserve more access to quality, affor

American patients deserve more access to quality, affordable health care.
Sick leave should be used to cover the costs of paying people who work in the public service who are sick, and that we can deliver that to our public servants while making it affordable for Canadian taxpayers.
Clearly, there is a growing market for affordable, abundant and sustainable energy. Industry is working to meet the needs of this market, and in the process is creating jobs, technologies and industries in states across the country.
Everyone in this country has a right to quality, affordable health care.
If we expect our children to thrive at our colleges and universities, and succeed in our economy once they graduate – first we must make quality, affordable early childhood education accessible to all.
The exploration for oil and gas off our shores can play a role in making energy more affordable and accessible… However, effective safety measures must be in place, and exploration must be done in an environmentally sensitive manner that in no way interferes with our military.
If we now find ourselves looking down on the cheap and convenient, it is only because we now have better things which are affordable.
Elon just presented a plan for settling the solar system in this century that is realistic and affordable. In my paper, ‘A Pathway to a Thriving Commercial Space Economy’ at IAC, I also laid out a path forward to a growing economy in space that produces new opportunities for all.
Instead of attacking and dividing our people, I’ll be a governor who is fully committed to respecting the hard work of our families by fighting for good-paying jobs and expanding access to affordable health care.
I find it interesting that many of the people who want to restrict fossil fuels live in well-developed countries where abundant and affordable energy is readily available.
Lee R. Raymond
All too often affordable housing can be a block on mobility and aspiration, so instead Conservatives will ensure that living in social accommodation means that you’ll get a ‘freedom pass’ to get on and do more with your life.
As governor, I’ll treat hard-working families with the respect that they deserve by being laser-focused on creating good-paying jobs with benefits and secure retirements; and expanding access to affordable health care.
For most of the countries I visit, getting affordable energy in the hands of the people is a preoccupation.
If the minority is able to successfully undo the Affordable Care Act by blackmail, it will be the undoing of the democratic nature of our government.
Jerrold Nadler
We could have done a better job explaining what was in the Affordable Care Act, but when you talk to people and you don’t label it, people get really excited about what’s in it. It is going to make a big difference for people.
Terri Sewell
Each year, we learn that customer service diminishes. You may argue it’s because the IRS budget has been cut, but I’m going to argue that it’s because the IRS chooses to spend its funds in other areas like the Affordable Care Act, bonuses, and conferences.
How can you have an educated workforce, how do you equal the economic disparities in this country, if you can’t make college more affordable for those who are struggling to make it?
The smart way to improve broadband is not to junk the existing network but to make the most of it. It’s to let a competitive market deliver the speeds that people need at an affordable price with government improving infrastructure in the areas where market competition won’t deliver it.
EPA’s Affordable Clean Energy rule (ACE), would restore the states’ proper role under the Clean Air Act and our system of federalism. Our plan would allow states to establish standards of performance that meet EPA emissions guidelines.
We need a senator who fights for things like affordable health care, college and technical school, not tax cuts for wealthy donors. That doesn’t mean free college or Medicare for All, I’m against that.
I look forward to working with our leadership team to advance the causes of smaller government, lower taxes, eliminating terrorism, and providing affordable health care, among other issues.
How long do we have to keep fighting for affordable prescription drugs?
Latinos are concerned about the same pocketbook issues that matter to most middle class Americans – creating good-paying jobs in this country, making sure our children get a quality education, and ensuring that our families have access to affordable and quality healthcare.
We all have a role to play – the President, Congress, parents, students and schools – in making college affordable and keeping the middle class dream alive.
While Matt Bevin only helps his special interest donors, I care about expanding access to affordable health care for our families and making sure workers have the training and skills they need to get good-paying jobs.
Democrats are fighting for a new direction that includes protecting Social Security as well as making healthcare affordable, bringing down the high cost of gasoline, and making higher education more accessible for all Americans.
You know, our citizens of this state deserve good stuff. One of the things they surely deserve is affordable health care coverage.
Tech can help population health, make health more accessible, more affordable. Tech can also get people get more included in the economy and contribute and drive growth, and growth and wealth are great contributors to a safer world.
I am a fierce advocate for the economic empowerment of all women. In the Congress, I am one of the leaders of an initiative called ‘When Women Succeed, America Succeeds.’ It is an economic agenda for women aimed at making sure women have equal pay for equal work, paid sick leave, and affordable child care.
Nutritionists have known for some time now that in order to get people to change what they eat, we need to provide them with more access to affordable, healthy food as well as information on how to cook and prepare it.
We should be working together to make health care and prescription drugs more affordable, not taking away protections that have made such an enormous difference in the lives of so many people in our state and all over the country.
Because of the Affordable Care Act, millions of America

Because of the Affordable Care Act, millions of Americans finally have the security that comes from quality, affordable health coverage. And, millions more have better, more reliable coverage than ever before.
By giving every American access to quality, affordable health care, they will create a more competitive, a stronger and more secure America!
Communities do need police, but law enforcement needs to be much more transparent and held accountable for their actions. We also need increased resources for mental health services, affordable housing, education, jobs training, and much more to truly address social and economic issues in our communities.
GMOs play a central role in meeting the challenge of providing affordable and nutritious food to consumers all over the world.
Thousands of people in my district need health insurance, and ACA is helping them. I’m committed to do everything I can to help people get enrolled and get covered, and that includes moving needed reforms for the bill and helping people find affordable coverage.
Illinois has the opportunity to lead the country in providing more affordable health care options to its citizens.
If I become mayor of London, my single biggest priority will be to build thousands more homes every year. I will set a target to make half of all the new homes that are built genuinely affordable, with first dibs for Londoners.
On a mild day in January 2011, Republicans in the House voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act. It was the first of more than 80 attempts to dismantle the landmark law.
I want to make the IKEA of clothes for fat girls and boys. Cheap, affordable, basic – but ethically made. Basics, you know? Like Spanx – I’m still confused as to why retailers haven‘t ripped them off yet and done it well. It’s because they don’t understand the basics behind it. I love Spanx. I’m wearing ’em right now!
Along with a livable wage, many parents are desperate for quality affordable child care.
This Obamacare program has Obama’s name on it. He lied to people for three years about this program. People trusted him. People believed what he told them. They believed that he was going to improve the health care system in this country, and it was going to get cheaper, more affordable, more plentiful.
Designer pricing should hurt, but it shouldn’t kill you. You wince when you hand over your AmEx, but once you get it home, you never regret it. You divide it by how many days you’re using it, and suddenly it becomes affordable.
Enacting elements of the Affordable Care Act isn’t backtracking on core principles, but rather understanding that new ways to help make health care affordable builds stronger businesses and saves struggling hospitals. And that is a very attractive offer.
Like many of you, I was very disappointed at the rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
After I broke my neck, I began thinking more about The Kitchen: How can we come up with some way to make real food more affordable? Food that’s locally-grown, if possible, fundamentally nourishing to the body, nourishing to the planet.
During my elementary and middle school years, my mother made me and my siblings’ lunches every single day – this was affordable for a Marine climbing the ranks and supporting a family of six.
I would like to promote the concept of a partnership of insurance companies, physicians and hospitals in deploying a basic framework for an electronic medical records system that is affordable.
Samuel Wilson
Every working family in America knows how hard it is today to find affordable childcare or early childhood education.
I want to make sure that people can always have affordable shoes to wear.
But, if you don’t like your current Rx coverage or don’t have any coverage to begin with, you’ll now have the choice to add this new affordable option to your current Medicare plan.
Dennis Hastert
We at Sun Cellular will definitely continue our consistent business policy of offering the best value for consumers’ money. Yes, we shall offer the most affordable but reliable service.
One way to understand human progress is to look at how technology has made products and services – once reserved for the elite – progressively more accessible and affordable.
Belize has a tropical climate and is quite affordable and is developing a reputation as an inexpensive Hawaii. If you want to hide away someplace that is extremely low-key, Placencia is perfect. San Pedro is more touristy and modernized.
Kenneth Choi
Making sure that health care is affordable for every American. I think that is very, very important.
On reflection, I am always pleasantly surprised when ordinary members of the public stop me in the street to say, ‘Thank you,’ I guess for making travel and other goods and services affordable to them.
Too many families are falling behind and we need to fight tooth-and-nail to boost wages, expand access to affordable health care, and improve our public education system.
The Affordable Care Act has been a clear and obvious success here in Connecticut and around the country.
We can start with housing, the sturdiest of footholds for economic mobility. A national affordable housing program would be an anti-poverty effort, human capital investment, community improvement plan, and public health initiative all rolled into one.
With affordable health care, women can have economic security and the peace of mind that they will not become a financial burden on their families.
Working families need daily access to affordable, quality early education and childcare, not just an annual tax break for wealthier families.
The ‘Welfare Reform and Work’ Bill does nothing to address low wages, or underemployment, and I haven’t even got started on how it undermines the provision of affordable housing.
Increasing patient access to more affordable, FDA-appro

Increasing patient access to more affordable, FDA-approved generic and biosimilar medicines is a proven and tested solution to lowering prescription drug costs.
Free education for all – whilst it is a desirable notion, in South Africa it will simply not be affordable.
Every legislative meeting on how to pass health care, the communications director or someone from the communications team would be a part of because we did a lot of press interviews when we were trying to pass the Affordable Care Act specifically designed to help pass the bill.
A safe, affordable and plentiful supply of food is a national security issue.
Doug Ose
I had to do a Northern England accent once, and I didn’t have much time, so I went and pored through YouTube. There are all sorts of resources out there. The Internet has made that much more affordable. Don’t break your neck to spend your money.
The largest challenge that we face, from my perspective, is the ability to continue moving forward so the agency will have a single mission: that is, to provide decent, safe, and affordable housing.
Until you’ve looked a parent in the eye and told them their perfect child has a preexisting condition no insurance company will cover, you can’t tell me the Affordable Care Act isn’t worth fighting for.
Cancer treatment is very expensive, and the process is painful and long. This is something that we have to collectively think about, on how to make it affordable.
What we are trying to do is to create a social business in Bangladesh, a joint venture to create restaurants for common people. Good, healthy food at affordable prices so that people don’t have to opt for food that is unhealthy and unhygienic.
Until we make campaigns affordable, then we’re going to have too many members of Congress out rattling the cup with special interest groups.
I’m fighting to do right by our neighbors by expanding access to affordable health care, improving public education, respecting our workers, and creating more good-paying jobs.
Obamacare is simply incapable of doing what it is supposed to do – provide nearly universal care at an affordable and sustainable cost.
I’ll do everything I can to ensure the Clean Water Act is enforced here in Michigan, and I’ll work to ensure everyone in Michigan has access to safe, affordable water, regardless of where they live.
Special effects are becoming more and more affordable and looking more and more like the real thing.
Unfortunately, the mechanism for doing philanthropy in a structured way isn’t yet in place in India. I already do a fair bit and support various causes such as education, sanitation, health. But selling costly drugs at affordable prices is philanthropy in itself.
Yusuf Hamied
The basic right to quality and affordable health care is under assault by Donald Trump and Republicans in Washington.
With the right infrastructure in place, home solar will be recognized publicly as affordable, easy, and smart, and every new home built in the developed world can have clean energy sources built into it.
Quality health care services must be accessible and affordable for all – not just those in certain ZIP codes or tax brackets.
Empowering innovations transform something that is complicated and expensive into something that is so much more simple and affordable that a much larger population can enjoy it.
When the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act, Sarah Palin tweeted, ‘Obama lies; freedom dies.’ She’s referring, I guess, to the freedom to go without health care when you’re sick.
Richard Trumka
One of the challenges in the Affordable Care Act was that it prejudiced the Medicaid system very much in favor of able-bodied adults, away from the more traditional Medicaid populations of the aged, the disabled, pregnant women, and children.
All brands, whether high-ticket luxury ones such as Cartier or Rolls-Royce or ‘masstige’ ones with luxe-y overtones but altogether more affordable, all want to grow. Even brands that may have started in a modestly niche design and lifestyle fashion can find themselves under pressure to go global or to sell out at the top.
Health care’s like any other product or service: if the consumer is in charge of spending his money on it, then the market will make sure that it is affordable.
Hispanics have been among the biggest beneficiaries of the Affordable Care Act.