Zombie Trumpcare is Back from the Dead, and Graham-Cassidy Wants to Take Us All With It

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Well, once again, Congress wants to take away our healthcare, kill the ACA and make devastating changes to Medicaid. The new bill, named after its co-sponsors, Graham-Cassidy, is, without doubt, the worst attempt to strip citizens of healthcare yet.

For example, under this bill, an insurer can raise your premiums at any time. So even if you’ve bought the plan, if at some time during the year you’re wild and crazy enough to actually use the health insurance you’re paying for, the insurer can raise your monthly premium. Use it again?

Up it goes again.

You’d think they’d get by now that no one wants these bills, aside from insurers. And yet, it seems the Republicans in Congress–this bill is only supported by Republicans–think that they can sneak it past us while we’re not looking.

So let’s keep looking. Please call your members of Congress and let them know that not only is this bill cruel and un-American, you are outraged that they continue to assault their constituents with legislation we don’t want.

Don’t know the contact information for your members of Congress (MOC)? Here you can find your Senators (it’s a Senate bill) and your Representative can be found here.

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4 thoughts on “Zombie Trumpcare is Back from the Dead, and Graham-Cassidy Wants to Take Us All With It

  1. I want to say lots of mean things about politicians in general but it would just pollute the web space and do no good at all. Those guys that are getting their paychecks by fleecing the already poor don’t give a fig about our calls or e-mails. I keep signing petitions and writing letters and all it does is waste paper. Sorry, I just watched the news again. I should know better. Grrr.

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