This is yet another critical week in the effort to prevent the passage of the Senate’s version of the AHCA. At the time of this writing, Senator Schumer continues to lead the Democrats in efforts to slow the process down, shine more light on how AHCA will affect every single American (not just those who get coverage as a result of the ACA) and encourage moderate Republican Senators to vote against the AHCA. Continue reading “Stop the AHCA — Save the ACA!”
Listen to Dr. Danielle Ofri talk about the #HouseCallsCampaign:
One of our Hudson Valley Strong members writes:
I’ve known Danielle for a long time. She’s a doctor and a writer, very much in the lineage of Dr. Oliver Sacks. As he was, she’s a precious combination of thoughtful, smart, skilled, and humane. (You can learn more about Danielle here.)
As Danielle mentions in the video, she recently wrote an Op-Ed in the New York Times. Here’s what happened soon after it appeared:
How an Op-Ed became an Action Continue reading “To All Medical Professionals: Please Join the #HouseCallsCampaign”
Thanks to Indivisible for the information below.
This is a critical week to prevent passage of the Senate’s version of the AHCA. At the time of this writing, Senator Schumer has said that Democrats will attempt to stop all Senate business by objecting to all unanimous consent requests (withholding consent) and using other tactics, such as the “vote-a-rama,” (filibuster by unlimited amendment).
Let Sens. Schumer and Gillibrand know that you support their stopping all usual Senate business by calling, tweeting and posting on FB. This is a fitting tactic since the Republican handling of the AHCA bill is itself not business as usual. Continue reading “Stop the AHCA – Save the ACA!”
Thanks to the Indivisible Guide and the Center for American Progress for their work on this issue.
“Senate Republican leaders and the all-male health care working group are meeting behind literal closed doors to continue negotiations on their version of Trumpcare. It looks just like the House bill—the one that will strip coverage from 23 million Americans. We’ve also learned that moderate Republican senators—many of whom have promised to protect Medicaid coverage—are actually willing to strip Medicaid coverage from millions of people as long as it happens slowly. The Senate is serious about voting on Trumpcare by the end of June. That means we probably have just two weeks to stop them. “ — Center for American Progress, June 12th, 2017 Continue reading “National Call-in Day on June 14 — to Stop AHCA in the Senate”