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If you’ve been through any one of these 4 things, you won’t be able to get healthcare under a new plan with AHCA, the Republican’s healthcare act repealing Obamacare.

Most of the women I know have one of these four “conditions.”

There’s a vote today, please call your Rep: Phone numbers and more info here!

Republican or Democrat, is this the America we want to live in?

“Rape, postpartum depression, Cesarean sections, and surviving domestic violence are all considered preexisting conditions” under AHCA. (nymag.com)

Say that twice. Stunning. This is not a partisan angle.

This is fact.

‘We Have Enough Votes.’

“We have enough votes,” Representative Kevin McCarthy of California, the House majority leader, said Wednesday night. “It’ll pass.” President Trump blessed Mr. Upton’s proposal at a White House meeting with the two lawmakers as he pressed hard for a vote that could at least ensure House approval of the bill, which embodies one of his central campaign promises. The vote Thursday will carry enormous potential consequences — for millions of patientsRead the rest on the Times.

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Neil Crenshaw May 7, 2017 7:07pm

It's amazing to me how everybody seems to know how the new health bill is going to affect us when the second revision has just now gone to the senate where it is being re-read and revised which will take another two or more months. Let's not jump to conclusions until it is legally passed and signed by the president.

Sally Stone May 5, 2017 6:16pm

From the reports I've read and listened to, my premiums would go up because I'm in my 50's. I also have pre-existing conditions. It looks like this plan rewards the healthy and punishes the sick, whereas a healthcare system should provide actual care for the sick. I think they should write a plan that they have to use themselves and look people in the eye—actual sick people—who will use it.

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