Call Congress to Reject New Health Care Bill


Dial 202-831-8811 and tell your representative to vote against Trump’s dangerous healthcare scam.

Call 202-831-8811

Kevin,

Weeks ago, a historic grassroots effort embarrassed Donald Trump and Paul Ryan by defeating their healthcare scam — saving lives and preventing higher costs.

But now Donald Trump and the Republicans in Congress are preparing to vote as soon as tomorrow on a new plan. Incredibly, the new GOP healthcare bill is even worse than the first.

This new plan would raise premiums and gut protections for people with pre-existing conditions, breaking their promise to the American people. Millions of Americans would face skyrocketing costs and many would lose their coverage altogether, just to give a huge tax cut to the wealthy.

Act Now: Call 202-831-8811 and tell your member of Congress to reject the GOP healthcare plan.

Suggested talking points:

  • Hello, my name is [Name] and my zip code is [#####].
  • I am calling to urge you to vote against the Republican healthcare bill.

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Trump and Paul Ryan struck a deal with the most extreme House Republicans, allowing insurers to hike costs for sick and older Americans, while gutting protections for those with pre-existing conditions — except for members of Congress and their staff. This is unacceptable.

Urgent: Dial 202-831-8811 and urge your member of Congress to stand up for the health of the American people and oppose the GOP healthcare bill.

Then, share this action on social media.

 

Thanks for speaking up,

Heather Hargreaves
Senior Vice President, Advocacy
NextGen Climate

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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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