Conservatives in Congress have displayed a singular fixation on taking away access to health care from the most vulnerable people in our country. I continue to be amazed by how little empathy they seem to have for the millions of women, older Americans, and lower-income families who would be harmed by Obamacare repeal.
Imagine being a cancer patient and being told your insurance company won't cover your treatments anymore because you've reached your lifetime limit.
Imagine having a parent or grandparent with dementia who can't access the care they need anymore because of massive cuts to Medicaid.
Imagine having those things happen purely because of an ideological crusade by certain members of Congress.
When people's lives are on the line, they couldn't be less interested in partisan politics -- they just want access to the care they desperately need.
We have to stop this law from being repealed. Add your name with OFA, and they'll be in touch soon to plug you in to the fight to protect affordable health care.
Here's the truth about what's going on: Somewhere in Washington, 13 men are working behind closed doors to hammer out the details of a disastrous bill that will upend millions of Americans' health care. Somewhere in Washington, 13 men are working behind closed doors to hammer out the details of a disastrous bill that will upend millions of Americans' health care.
The Affordable Care Act has made a huge difference in the lives of countless families. Among other things, it was a massive victory for women's health.
It said to women that you can't be charged more just because you're a woman. It said you can't have your coverage dropped because you become pregnant. It said you have a basic right to things like contraception, maternity care, and mammograms.
Now, in total secrecy, 13 guys are crafting legislation to rip those protections away from us.
Friend, if you stand with the millions of Americans whose access to health care is on the line -- and not with 13 guys in a secret room trying to roll it back -- say you'll be a part of this fight:
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
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