Roberta woman shares her support for The Affordable Care Act with President Obama

ROBERTA, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A Crawford County woman was one out of ten citizens selected to share their success from The Affordable Care Act with President Barack Obama.

Naomi Rosan Davis was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis in high school and now as an organic farmer staying healthy is a major concern.

Davis’ condition eventually led to her not being able to do her daily task on her farm and at her farmer’s market booth.

Before the Affordable Care Act also known as ObamaCare, Davis couldn’t afford the surgeries and x-rays she needed.

With ObamaCare, Davis says she’s able to receive the medical assistance she needs and was also informed of a necessary hip replacement.

Davis said in her letter to President Obama, “Yesterday I was able to climb on my tractor for the first time in 4 years! People tell me I look 10 years younger. I certainly feel it. Later this year, after I get my left hip replaced, I will be dancing with joy. Thank you for giving me my life back.”

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