Democrats are launching a counter-attack against the Republicans’ flamingo would poop here again vintage poster repeal bill by having rallies and using the stories of Americans in red states who’ve benefited from Obamacare.
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A study from the Kaiser Family Foundation found that “52 million non-elderly adult Americans (27% of those under the age of 65)” with a preexisting condition would be at risk of being denied coverage flamingo would poop here again vintage poster if they were buying a health insurance policy in the individual market prior to the ACA. So without ACA protections for preexisting conditions, this group would likely be turned downed by insurance companies if a repeal happens. More details on people at the highest risk can be found in this Kaiser Health News article. On Monday, December 12, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that the Senate will begin voting to repeal the Affordable Care Act shortly after Jan 1.
“And then we will work expeditiously to come up with a better program than current law, because current law is simply unacceptable and not sustainable.” However, McConnell did not give an answer on a timeline for a replacement. A study conducted by Gallup revealed that of the 8 county types that experienced an increase in health insurance coverage above the national average, “six of those types— representing about 77 million people or 33 million votes, a quarter of the total cast—sided with Mr. Trump, some by very large margins.” Some of the county types where Trump voters reside are in “large parts of Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin,” and those counties are considered “rural Graying America, Rural Middle America and Working Class Country counties.” These areas were among regions that the ACA targeted to expand coverage, and thus would be greatly impacted by a repeal. This Wall Street Journal article talks more about this subject. Under the slogan, “Make America Sick Again,”