Wednesday, June 10, 2015

What Obamacare opponents are doing now:

Organizing for Action
Robert --

Since Obamacare went into effect, nearly one in three Americans who didn't have insurance has gotten covered. Whether they've purchased health coverage they can now afford, or have coverage for the first time because of a pre-existing condition, that adds up to more than 16 million people.

During that same time, opponents of the law have stopped at nothing to take that coverage away.

This month, the Supreme Court will decide a case that Obamacare opponents are cheering on. If those opponents get their way, coverage for millions will be jeopardized.

And that's not all -- time and time again, opponents of this law have voted to dismantle or repeal Obamacare. Even worse, they still don't have a plan to provide the coverage Obamacare does.

Health care reform is central to our mission at OFA, because it's key to creating opportunity for all people. For decades, people had to choose between putting food on the table or paying for medicine -- paying the rent or seeing a doctor. And as long as those choices existed, no matter how hard you worked, you weren't getting a fair shot.

This is why from the start, we've fought against the special interests and extreme politicians trying to tear down this law.

Chip in $5 or more today, and stand up to the opponents who are trying to roll back the amazing progress we've made on health care reform.

When we started fighting for health care reform, we followed decades of grassroots organizers who laid the groundwork that made reform possible in the first place. Millions of Americans are benefiting thanks to the hard work that people like you have put in.

They no longer have to worry about whether they can afford to see a doctor, or whether getting sick means their family could be trapped in a mountain of debt.

For those Americans, and for the grassroots organizers who fought to make this reform a reality, we can't let the cynical opponents take us back.

Do your part to make sure we're ready -- chip in $5 or more today:



Abby Witt
Managing Director
Organizing For Action

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