Politico.com Erika Lovley
"If reading the 1,018-page health care bill doesn’t appeal to voters and lawmakers, there’s an easier option: Listen to it..."
The Hill Mike O’Brien
"With all the August recess dyspepsia over whether lawmakers have read the massive healthcare bill before Congress, a group of voice actors have given voice to the legislation -- literally…"
Washington Times Jennifer Harper
“Inside the Beltway recently suggested that William Shatner read the entire 1,018 pages of heath care reform legislation on prime-time television. Then we might get it. But wait. A group of 80 actors has read the entire bill aloud with feeling, and posted their soliloquies online for all to hear…”
WSJ blogs Susan Davis
“Have you even read the bill?!” has been one of the frequent criticisms lobbed at lawmakers during town hall meetings on health care over the August break…”
US News & World Report Peter Roff
“Having gone home with the expectation that they would use the recess period to lobby their constituents in support of Obamacare, members of Congress instead got an earful from the people they represent…”
NY Daily News Michael McAuliff
“A new voice, or rather, voices, are making themselves heard in the health care reform debate, and adding a new wrinkle to the angry shouts of “Read the bill!”