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The Committee is a citizen advocacy group dedicated to protecting Medicare & the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
We know that affordable health care saves lives, and should be available to all Americans, regardless of their age, gender, or pre-existing conditions. We also know that it is important to bend the cost curve to keep health care affordable. Some in Washington are trying to dismantle Medicare and the Affordable Care Act, leaving millions of Americans at risk of losing their health insurance. Join us to organize, make our voices heard, and ensure that ALL Americans have access to quality, affordable health care services.
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Fix The ACA, Don't Repeal It
Some in Congress are hoping to repeal the ACA without a real plan to replace it. This means millions of Americans and their families would lose access to necessary health care.
Strengthen Medicare, Don't Privatize It
For over 50 years, Medicare has given tens of millions of Americans access to affordable, quality health care. We can’t give up on our to commitment to them now.
If Congress Repeals The Affordable Care Act, They Should Use The Replacement
If Congress wants to repeal the ACA, they should be forced to use its replacement, just like the millions of Americans who are happy with their coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
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