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AFSCME Leadership Speaks Out About the American Health Care Act

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“As if the pleas of doctors, nurses, retirees, hospitals and lawmakers from both parties weren’t enough, now we have 24 million additional reasons to protect the Affordable Care Act. The health care legislation congressional leaders are rushing through to a vote will cause 24 million Americans to lose their coverage, according to the Congressional Budget Office, while burdening millions more with dramatic cost increases and weakening the Medicare Trust Fund,” says AFSCME President Lee Saunders. “Let’s keep the pressure up on members of Congress by flooding their phone lines, writing them letters, and attending town halls. We can and must protect health care for 24 million fellow Americans.”

AFCME’s 1.6 million members include 60,000 United Nurses of America members, EMTs, and workers in hundreds of other occupations.

 







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