The Republican National Committee has launched a website showing Obamacare’s impact on individual states, the party announced Wednesday.
The website, ObamacareCosts.org, allows visitors to search by zip code for Obamacare’s impact across the United States.
“Each week the RNC will release a video of real news stories highlighting the costs of ObamaCare to Americans around the country. This week’s video, ‘ObamaCare Costs: Colorado,’ shows the difficult choice facing Coloradans: going into debt or paying a fine in order to comply with ObamaCare,” the RNC’s announcement said.
The website also has a place for visitors to sign a petition asking for a repeal of the law.
“With less than a month to go before this disastrous law begins to take full effect, Democrats bear sole responsibility for ObamaCare’s costs,” said RNC chair Reince Priebus in the announcement. “The RNC will ensure voters hold them accountable in 2014 by providing the facts and highlighting real stories from real people from now until Election Day.”
The health insurance exchanges mandated by Obamacare are scheduled to open Oct. 1, although some Republicans are calling for a delay of the law over security concerns.
The Obama administration has delayed several parts of the law, including the mandate that all employers with over 50 full-time employees provide health insurance and that states verify the eligibility of those applying for subsidies.