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House Democrats Sep 16
Republicans are sabotaging our healthcare system—and it’s working. For the first time since the passage of the ACA, the number of uninsured Americans is on the rise. That’s why we’re fighting to .
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Peter Morley Sep 19
I leave this early morning to DC with optimism in my heart & 100's of stories of your healthcare. 15 meetings in the Senate in 1 day is a lot, but to it is unfortunately, the new normal. Hope you will join me on this journey. Will update you throughout the day.
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Protect Our Care 3h
"At least 20 incumbents either softened their language about the Affordable Care Act or removed references to their opposition to it." Suddenly, vulnerable candidates no longer want to attack the on their websites.
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Jacky Rosen Sep 19
President Trump is coming to Nevada TOMORROW to campaign and fundraise for Senator Heller – again. Watch as we walk you through Heller's broken promise to – and why we call him .
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Shireen for Congress 23h
Utahns can see exactly what’s coming down the pike. I will never vote to cut your earned benefits. A vote for me is a vote to protect , and
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Stephani Becker 14h
Thank you for all you do to in Illinois and beyond!
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LiL'Silver Jackson 16m
How the Midterm Elections Could Impact Residents of Texas with Preexisting Conditions: 12 Million Texans In Danger if Preexisting Conditions Protections are Eliminated
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Ron Wyden Sep 17
Make no mistake - Republicans are coming after your Medicare and Social Security. We must .
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Nancy Pelosi Sep 19
THREAD: Republicans are laying out their agenda for 2019, and it’s a nightmare for working families and seniors.
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Protect Our Care 2h
MUST READ Op-Ed from ➡ "Republicans avoided constituents after trying to kill the Affordable Care Act and pre-existing condition protections. They bet on voter amnesia and lost."
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Protect Our Care 19h
House Republicans are scrambling to rewrite their history of opposing protections for pre-existing conditions now that they have been caught for their years of supporting health care repeal and sabotage.
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OH4Cordray/Sutton 4h
“DeWine now says he'll keep the [Medicaid] expansion. But [his campaign] didn't answer a question asking why, if he favored it, DeWine repeatedly sued to kill the law that made it possible” Simple: Mike DeWine will NOT . We can’t trust him.
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Bobby L. Rush Sep 17
Replying to @RepBobbyRush
Washington Republicans have waged an all-out assault on Americans with pre-existing conditions and it is crystal clear that they will stop at nothing to erode the protections of the Affordable Care Act.
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Peter Morley Sep 13
Feb. 2018, 18 AG's & 2 GOP Governors Filed a Lawsuit to Repeal the in the U.S. Northern District of TX This lawsuit is currently being heard. This is what it means to YOUR healthcare if Kavanaugh is confirmed. (THREAD)1/15
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Carolyn  B. Maloney Sep 17
There is nothing scarier than not being able to afford treatment when you're sick. We need to focus on improving US health outcomes & improving healthcare coverage, not ripping it away from deserving Americans. That's why I fight to
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AAUW Sep 19
We refuse to go back to a time where being a woman was a pre-existing condition & gender rating was the norm! Congress must :
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Tony Evers Sep 17
Hey , I have a challenge for you.
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Alabama Arise 38m
Expanding the availability of skimpy, short-term health insurance plans would make it "more expensive, and perhaps impossible, for some individuals with pre-existing conditions to obtain health care and health insurance coverage."
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Tony Evers 20h
Replying to @TheOtherMandela
Well, as said, we know how, Governor. Pull Wisconsin out of this lawsuit and stop threatening the care of millions of Wisconsinites with pre-existing conditions. today.
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Tony Evers Sep 17
Sign our petition to tell that if he wants to protect Wisconsinites with pre-existing conditions from losing their coverage, he needs to drop Wisconsin from this lawsuit.
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