Bill House Republicans passed today is same cruel bill they tried to pass weeks ago

Elizabeth Warren for Massachusetts

Connie,

The Republican Trumpcare bill isn’t a health care bill. A bill that strips health care away from millions of people in order to fund an enormous tax break for the rich is not a health care bill.

Make no mistake: The bill that the House Republicans passed today is the same cruel bill they tried to pass weeks ago. The only difference is that the new plan is even more brutal – opening the door to discriminating against people with pre-existing conditions.

The American people – Republicans and Democrats, independents and Trump voters – despise this bill. They rejected it before. We’ll reject it again.

The ACA repeal bill will now head to the Senate – and I promise you: I will fight my heart out to stop this monstrosity.

But we need you – yes, you Connie – to speak out and fight. Call, write, email, post, tweet, and share your story. Talk about what’s at stake for the people you love if they lose their health care.

It’s time to fight like your life is on the line – because for millions of people, it is.

Thanks for being a part of this,

Elizabeth

Our Revolution

Hi,

The House of Representatives just voted to pass the GOP’s disastrous bill to gut the Affordable Care Act and strip millions of their health coverage. Republicans have been pushing their so-called American Health Care Act through Congress without a score from the Congressional Budget Office because they know the numbers won’t add up.

The GOP would have you believe that they are the party of fiscal conservatism, but passing a bill of this magnitude without a full assessment of the cost is anything but.

Our Revolution will always give the American people the facts on health care, and the truth now is that more people will die if the health care repeal bill is signed into law. Chip in to help us fight back against the GOP attack on our health care so that we can win Medicare for All.

We may not have a score from the CBO, but it’s not hard to tell how Republicans expect us to pay for this: by burdening the middle class and working Americans with even higher costs than they incur under the Affordable Care Act today. The CBO study of the last Trumpcare bill found that 24 million people would lose their health insurance entirely, with millions more forced to pay more to receive less coverage. It’s no wonder the GOP forced through a vote before the CBO could do its job.

Some Republicans thought the last bill didn’t go far enough, and it appears that they got their wish. But the truth is that even rank and file Republicans don’t want their health insurance taken away and large percentages support Medicare for All.

Health care is the one topic on which we should all agree. Nobody should be at a greater risk of disease, disability, or death because of how much money they make. Donate to Our Revolution and help us fight to win Medicare for All.

We will fix this. With the health care of so many at greater risk today than it was yesterday, your contribution towards Medicare for All is more important now than ever before.

In solidarity,

Jeff Weaver
President
Our Revolution


We’re in SHOCK. Today, House Republicans voted to REPEAL Obamacare.

So Connie, where do we go from here?

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