As soon as this Thursday, March 23rd, House Republicans will send the American Health Care Act (AHCA) to the floor of the House for a vote. If the bill is ultimately passed and signed by the President, over 24 million mostly low-income and elderly people will likely lose their health coverage over the next 10 years. The bill would cause significant harm to Californians, particularly those who already struggle to put food on the table and don't have the resources in their budgets to cover the upfront cost of premiums.
Now is the time to make your voice heard. Tell Congress to stand up for those who need a helping hand and reject this harmful proposal that would deepen poverty and hunger among millions of vulnerable Californians.
CALL YOUR REPRESENTATIVE TODAY!
Call the Capitol switchboard at (202) 224-3121. or click
here for a short script and web-based calling tool that makes it easy to contact your Congress member and to express your opposition to the American Health Care Act.
The following House Republicans have stated that they are undecided or have concerns about the impact of the AHCA on their constituents. Take a few minutes today to call their DC or district office, especially if you live in their district. Tell them to oppose the AHCA, which would worsen health, hunger, and poverty in California.