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Republican Senate Health Care Bill Submitted to CBO. It’s Even More Severe Than the House Bill

Washington, DC–(ENEWSPF)–June 19, 2017

By First Amendment

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Republicans are coming for the health care of 23 million Americans. Source: Newsweek

According to Andy Slavitt, via Twitter, the Senate health care Trumpcare bill is even more severe than the House bill. “Mean” per Donald Trump, who’ll sign it into law.

I didn’t think it was possible, but Senate Republicans have outdone their radical House colleagues and created a bill that will inflict even more pain on millions of Americans and their families.

All of this done in SECRET and Republicans will spring this on the Senate and the American people at the very last moment. No debate. No input from anyone. Ram it through.

1/6th of our economy is now in peril. Millions of Americans health care now in peril. Skyrocketing premiums for millions. Junk health insurance policies. Disabled, Seniors, Veterans, Opioid addicted, etc., all thrown to the curb, all for a massive tax cut for the wealthy few.

Andy Slavitt ran Medicaid, Medicare and ACA in the Obama administration.

He’s plugged in and has sources on Capitol Hill.


Senate didnt like the 25% cut to Medicaid by the House, so they made it bigger.


Make a difference.

Use this toolkit to Call, Tweet, Facebook, Fax, these key Senators:

Please share with whomever you can. All hands on deck. McConnell is forcing this and we have to scream from the rooftops right now. Thank you!

Please call 202-224-3121, to contact your Senator.

Credit to Angela Marx for this great tip, to put pressure on McConnell as well.

If you have TWO Democratic Senators?

Call Mitch McConnell’s D.C. Office at (202) 224-2541

Tell staffer, “I’m not a constituent, but the Senator is the Senate Majority Leader, and as such he needs to bring this healthcare bill into the public view and to hold open and public hearings on this bill. It may take health insurance from millions and it will affect 1/6th of the nation’s economy and 13 Republican Senators shouldn’t have the ability to make these decisions all on their own, in secret.”