Sen Kamala Harris Statement On Failure of Affordable Care Act Repeal

Sen Kamala Harris Statement On Failure of Affordable Care Act Repeal

Friend,

Last night, U.S. Senator Kamala D. Harris released the following statement on the failure of the Republican efforts to repeal the ACA and strip millions of their health care coverage:

Tonight, the message sent by the American people was vindicated: Republicans must no longer play politics with people’s lives. Tonight, veterans and working families who rely on Medicaid are more secure. Seniors in nursing homes and children with complex medical conditions are more secure. And cancer patients and those with preexisting conditions are more secure. And it’s because of the tireless efforts of Americans all across the country who wrote letters, made phone calls, showed up at rallies and town halls, told their stories and made their voices heard. You did this.

“The fight for quality, affordable health was never simply a partisan squabble—this has been a battle over the values of our nation. And tonight demonstrates again that we should be a country where health care is a right for all, not a privilege for the few.

“The American people deserve a government that solves problems, regardless of party. I look forward to the opportunity to strengthen the Affordable Care Act and hope to work in an open and transparent process with colleagues in both parties to accomplish that goal. With this partisan process behind us, let’s embark on a new chapter of bipartisan health care reform focused on ensuring the best quality care for all Americans.”

After last night’s vote, millions throughout California and the country can rest assured that they still have access to quality, affordable health care. As state director, I’m proud to work for a Senator that continues to protect California’s families and be a voice for the state of California.

Thanks,
Julie

Julie Chávez Rodríguez
State Director
U.S. Senator Kamala D. Harris

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