It would allow preexisting condition exclusions; it would gut employer-sponsored plans; it would consider domestic violence, sexual assault, C-sections, and postpartum depression as preexisting conditions; it would cut billions of dollars in funding for children with special needs; it would steal coverage from tens of millions of people; and the list of horrors goes on.
They are allocating 40 minutes for debate before the vote, despite the fact that many members of Congress have not yet read the text of the bill and there's no score from the Congressional Budget Office.
KEEP CALLING. RESIST WITH EVERYTHING YOU'VE GOT.
Don't rely on "repeal will die in the Senate." Senate GOP want a win @ this point too. Remember: They all got on the Trump train eventually.— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) May 4, 2017
Never let people's lives depend on the decency of the Republican caucus. Their only consistent principle is winning at all costs. #resist— Melissa McEwan (@Shakestweetz) May 4, 2017
We must do everything we can to stop this in the House.
I am extraordinarily anxious, stressed, and fearful about this vote. I imagine lots of you are, too. I am incandescently angry that, in one of the wealthiest nations on the planet, we are spending our time fretting about this and calling our representatives to beg them not to kill us via avarice and neglect.
Virtual hugs on offer, for anyone who needs them.