It’s Valentine’s Day and we’re calling on Republican care for a heart. Don’t leave Americans to die by ripping away the Affordable Care Act.
Since the Affordable Care Act was enacted, over 20 million previously uninsured Americans have gained health insurance. If the Republicans follow through with gutting the ACA, over 900,000 Texans could lose their care, including 153,000 Texans battling substance use disorder.
If you believe every American must have the right to a family doctor — not just the wealthy few, keep tweeting, calling, faxing, and emailing Ted Cruz and John Cornyn. It is on us to save healthcare:
What to say, “Hi, this is [your name] calling from [city, state.] Can I speak to your Legislative Director? Repealing the ACA would hurt patients, our economy, and innovations in care. Over 900,000 Texans, including 153,000 Texans battling substance use disorder, could lose their care. Please do not take away our health care. I urge your senator to do what is right. A vote to repeal the ACA is a vote for Texans to die.”
TWEET AT OUR SENATORS:
TWEET AT CORNYN
Repealing the ACA would hurt Texans, our economy & innovations in care. Don’t rip away our healthcare, @johncornyn.
TWEET AT CRUZ
Repealing the ACA would hurt Texans, our economy & innovations in care. Don’t rip away our healthcare, @tedcruz.
DON’T STOP YET, EMAIL OUR SENATORS:
Thank you for all that you do. See you online,
Digital Director, Texas Democratic Party
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