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It's been nearly four years since President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law.
It makes you wonder when the Health Care Repealers in Congress are going to face reality. They voted 46 times in the House to repeal or restrict health care reform -- some have even said repeal is their top priority.
Think about that: Their top priority as a public servant is to take health care away from millions of people.
If that's the case, they should have to say so -- add your name and let's ask Health Care Repealers if they still want to take health care away from their constituents.
For the millions of people who have signed up for health insurance so far, this issue isn't about politics.
When you hear stories from people like Margaret, who credits Obamacare for saving her life after she was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma -- or Renee, who's fighting cancer and now knows she'll never reach a lifetime cap or be denied insurance because of a pre-existing condition.
The Health Care Repealers in Congress should have to look their constituents in the eye and explain themselves. Do they actually still want to take health care away?
Add your name and let these lawmakers know we're going to make them answer this question:
Thanks -- stay tuned,
Deputy Health Care Campaign Manager
Organizing for Action
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Thursday, February 20, 2014
One simple question for everyone demanding health care repeal:
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