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Jun 27 2017

News · Press Release

Repeal & Ripoff by the Numbers: Higher Premiums, Less Coverage

**Similar releases were sent to all targeted House Republicans** Yesterday, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office scored the Senate version of the Republican Repeal and Ripoff health care bill and it’s as big a problem as ever for Kansas and Rep. Kevin Yoder. Under this bill, Kansas would see: $866 premium increases in 2018 105,315 residents […]

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Jun 27 2017

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QUE NO SE TE PASE: El Diario: Seis millones de latinos perderían su seguro de salud si se elimina el “Obamacare”

  “Gracias a los republicanos de la Cámara de Representantes, los latinos serán los más afectados por la propuesta de ley mezquina que le roba a millones su seguro de salud”, dijo Javier Gamboa del DCCC. “El cuidado de salud es un tema muy importante para la comunidad latina – una de las comunidades más […]

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Jun 27 2017

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El plan republicano para derogar – comenzado en la Cámara – obtiene otro grado fracasado

Aquí están los puntos clave del análisis: 22 millones de personas pierden su seguro médico. Primas más caras para el 2018 y deducibles más altos. Impone un impuesto basado en edad para las personas mayores de 50 años. Elimina las protecciones garantizadas para personas con condiciones preexistentes. “El más reciente análisis no partidista de este […]

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Jun 27 2017

News · Press Release

DCCC Chair Luján Announces Rep. Bustos as Chair of Heartland Engagement

On the heels of DCCC Chairman Ben Ray Luján’s announcement that the House is in play in 2018, Luján today named Congresswoman Bustos (IL-17) as Chair of Heartland Engagement. The announcement reinforces the DCCC’s deep commitment to engaging rural voters as a part of its 2018 strategy: “Growing up on a small farm and representing […]

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Jun 26 2017

News · Press Release

Local Newspaper Headlines Blaring 22 MILLION UNINSURED

If all politics is local, that’s really bad for House Republicans. Local newspapers are currently running these headlines in key media markets across America… Newark Star-Ledger: Senate Obamacare repeal would increase uninsured by 22M, report says Philadelphia Inquirer: Senate health plan will increase uninsured by 22 million, CBO says Syracuse Post-Standard: Budget office: Senate health […]

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Jun 26 2017

News · Press Release

Dana Rohrabacher Is STILL Palling Around with Jack Abramoff

WASHINGTON – A little less than two weeks after being forced to clarify his position on whether an ISIS attack “was a good thing” and days after being criticized as ‘controversial’ for headlining a fundraiser for a Florida congressman, Dana Rohrabacher found himself in the hot seat once again this week for his work with […]

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Jun 26 2017

News · Press Release

Republican Repeal Bill – Started by House Republicans – Receives Yet Another Failing Grade

CBO Analysis Shows Skyrocketing Healthcare Costs & Massive Coverage Losses for the American People Here’s a look at some of the lowlights of the analysis: 22 Million Americans Lose Insurance. Higher Premiums by 2018 and Skyrocketing Deductibles.  Age-Tax on Folks 50 and Older.  Guaranteed Protections for People with Pre-Existing Conditions Destroyed. “The latest non-partisan analysis […]

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Jun 26 2017

News · Press Release · Shareable

Sessions admits Repeal & Ripoff “not the answer,” but will he vote for it?

It’s not every day Republicans admit that their health care Repeal and Ripoff bill is “not the answer.” Then again, it’s not every day that the party in singular control of Congress is busy stripping health insurance away from millions of Americans, and peeling back protections for people living with preexisting conditions. “Congressman Pete Sessions […]

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Jun 26 2017

News · Press Release

The Senate didn’t save Rep. Mike Coffman

**Similar releases were sent to all targeted House Republicans regardless of how they voted on the floor** This week, Senate Republicans will work to push their health care bill through the Senate. This bill was written behind closed doors and is only moving forward because House Republicans voted for a bill that would take health […]

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Jun 26 2017

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With the House in Play, Republicans push ahead on repeal bill supported by 16% of Americans

With the House in play in 2018 and Republicans pushing ahead with a bill that has a 16% approval rating, DCCC Spokesman Tyler Law released the following statement: “Make no mistake about it, House Republican moral cowardice is at fault for the health care disaster America faces right now. This horrific Repeal and Ripoff bill […]

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