—————————————————————————————— STOMP OUT TRUMPCARE —————————————————————————————— #ProtectOurCare
Over ONE MILLION Oregonians and many more millions of Americans stand to lose healthcare if the ACA is repealed. Oregon could also lose up to 42,000 jobs.
– The new Congressional Budget Office (CBO) analysis projects up to 14 million people will lose coverage within the FIRST YEARand up to 24 million in the next decade.
– TrumpCare gives the richest Americans and corporations a $592 billion tax break (yes, that’s a “B” for “billion”), while eliminating . . .
Medicaid expansion and leaving low income Americans unable to afford healthcare.
– Since TrumpCare was introduced, AARP, American Medical Association, American Academy of Pediatrics, and many others have objected because it will harm too many people
– All Oregon MoCs (except Walden) object to TrumpCare! Convince Walden to do everything possible to protect the ACA and the Americans who rely on it. Consider calling/contacting our other Oregon representatives to thank them for their support!
Where’s Walden on Affordable Healthcare for Oregonians!
CALL TO ACTION #1: CALL YOUR REPRESENTATIVE GREG WALDEN
“My name is [–] and I’m a constituent from [city], Oregon. I am calling to let Representative Walden know that I think the rushed approach to the AHCA is irresponsible. I want Representative Walden to preserve and improve the historic coverage and affordability gained through the ACA, instead of supporting the AHCA, Will he help slow the process to get the best possible result for my family, fellow Oregonians and all Americans?
(IF APPLICABLE: Also share a brief 1-2 sentence synopsis of how the ACA has helped you or a family member]
CALL TO ACTION #2: CALL OUR OTHER OREGON REPRESENTATIVES
SAMPLE SCRIPT for BONAMICI [D1], BLUMENAUER [D3], DEFAZIO [D4], SCHRADER [D5]
“My name is [–] and I’m a resident of [city], Oregon. I am calling to thank the Representative [–] for speaking out against the AHCA, I want to urge [—] to do everything he/she can to protect the gains made under the ACA. Will [—-] oppose any congressional action to repeal ACA?