UPDATE: The bill was pulled because there were not enough GOP votes. Well done, all!! Trumpcare is back, and it’s just as bad—if not worse—than before. Republicans are calling it the “Cassidy-Graham-Heller bill” and trying to pass it by September 30th with only 51 votes. Call and tweet their offices like crazy to tell them not to repeal the ACA! • Senator Lindsay Graham: 202 224 5972 • Senator Tim Scott : 202 224 6121 A sample of the damage that could be done: You can also f
You can enroll for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) from Nov. 1, 2017-to Dec. 15, 2017. Although the current administration has cut the budget for publicizing this information and they have cut funding for the "navigators" who can assist you in signing up, there are still helpers available! You can register directly on line at https://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/ or check https://localhelp.healthcare.gov/#intro to find a local navigator to assist in g
Late last night, the U.S. Senate, with the help of 3 Republican senators, FAILED to pass their last remaining Obamacare (ACA) "repeal" bill. This is due in part to everyone who called and wrote to their reps in D.C. to support the ACA. Don't stop now, though because we need a bipartisan group to come together in Washington, to counteract the damage the GOP has done to the ACA and to make it stronger! Keep fighting for affordable, quality healthcare for ALL! #Obamacare #ACA #
CALL to ACTION! GOP is trying again to take away the ACA. Many of us will lose our access to healthcare if the current GOP plan to repeal the ACA (Obamacare). Premiums and prescription costs WILL go up and out of reach for so many in our county and state. NOW is the time to CALL your congressman and senators and make your voice heard. We won't go back! Senator Lindsay Graham: 202 224 5972 Senator Tim Scott : 202 224 6121 Congressman Tom Rice (7th District, Georgetown, Horry).
CALL for ACTION: In case you missed it, The Senate voted 51 to 48: 1. To end coverage for preexisting conditions, veterans benefits, and aid to rural hospitals. 2. To remove discrimination protection for women in healthcare. 3. Against the provision allowing children to remain on their parent's insurance till the age of 26. 4. To cut off funding for the Child Health Insurance Program (CHIP). 5. Against ACA contraceptive coverage and maternity care provision. 6. To direct comm