Congressman Burgess to address health care act, 2012 election

Burgess to speak at Frisco Area Republican Women’s luncheon

Congressman Michael Burgess

(Frisco) Congressman Michael Burgess will be the keynote speaker for the Frisco Area Republican Women’s March luncheon, speaking about the Affordable Care Act and specifically how it will affect North Texans, according to a spokesperson from Burgess’ Washington D.C. office.

The Frisco Area Republican Women’s meeting will be Tuesday, March 13 at the NTEC Conference Center, 6170 Research Road in Frisco.

The networking opportunity and check-in opens at 11 a.m., with Dr. Burgess’ address scheduled for noon.

The FARW group also requests residents to attend meetings and get involved as they seek volunteers for this election year.

The luncheon is open to the public, to all men and women of the Frisco area – Denton and Collin Counties.

To register, go online to and prepay via PayPal. You may also pre-register at  and pay via cash or check during check-in the day of the event.

The luncheon cost is $15 for FARW members; $20 for guests and nonmembers.

After spending nearly three decades practicing medicine in North Texas, Congressman Burgess, M.D., first ran for Congress in 2002, and continues to serve the constituents of the 26th District.

Dr. Burgess has been a strong advocate for health care legislation aimed at reducing health care costs, improving choices, reforming liability laws to put the needs of patients first, and ensuring there are enough doctors in the public and private sector to care for America’s patients and veterans. He has played an important role in bipartisan efforts to ensure the safety of food, drugs, and consumer products, and has introduced legislation to strengthen the ability to stop dangerous products from coming into the country.

Submitted by Lynn Bergman, Frisco PR Girl Public Relations.

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