The correct answer is A. The writer uses an appeal to emotion by portraying her family as abandoned by policymakers.
In the text, the writer supports the idea cost of health care is too high by mentioning the situation of her family, about this, she mentions policymakers do not consider "hardworking people like my husband and me". This detail would likely trigger emotions in the audience and convince them it is true health care is too hight and policymakers are not considering the situation of citizens. However, this is not a valid argument but a fallacy because the author does not use real evidence such as statistics to explain her point of view. According to this, the evidence is a fallacy because "The writer uses an appeal to emotion by portraying her family as abandoned by policymakers."