Americans Haven’t Forgotten That One Year Ago, Congressional Republicans Voted to Take Away Their Health Care
Washington, D.C. – On Friday, the one-year anniversary of House Republicans voting to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Save My Care will air a new TV ad reminding everyone about the damage health repeal would have done to working families. The ad will air in Washington, D.C. during Morning Joe, Fox and Friends, and New Day. The powerful TV spot includes real news clips of the repercussions of the GOP’s vote, and closes with a stark reminder: we won’t forget.
“One year ago, House Republicans voted to kick 23 million Americans of off their health insurance, raise premiums double-digits, impose an age tax on older Americans, and allow insurance companies to once again use lifetime caps to stop coverage and discriminate against those with pre-existing conditions,” said Save My Care Campaign Chairman Leslie Dach. “This is one anniversary we won’t forget.”
Watch the ad here:
The Republican bill would roll back the Affordable Care Act’s protections for patients with pre-existing conditions.
The average premium would increase by twenty percent.
Wealthy Americans are set to get a sizable tax break under the GOPs health care bill.
24 million more would be uninsured by 2026.
It led to this.
We won’t forget.