• Put the pressure on health care repealers

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    Today there are more than 8 million Americans enrolled in private insurance through the marketplace, and millions more covered through Medicaid expansion and other aspects of health care reform.

    So we've got one question: Do health care repealers in Congress still want to take that health care away?

    The House has voted more than 50 times to repeal or dismantle the Affordable Care Act—those votes actually mean something. Repeal means going back to the days when people could lose their coverage because they got sick or be prevented from getting it because of a pre-existing condition.

    OFA supporters across the country are asking their members of Congress to answer whether they still want to take health care away from millions. We've put together an easy way for anyone to join in by tweeting what repeal means. This is a quick and simple action that members of Congress simply can't ignore.


    These health care repealers think their votes are actually good politics for them, which is pretty sad considering how many of their constituents are being helped directly by health care reform.

    We're setting out to change that dynamic. Thanks to Obamacare, no American can be denied coverage because of an existing condition, young people can stay on their parents' insurance until they're 26, and women don't have to worry about being charged more simply for being a woman.

    Anybody still talking about repeal should have to answer to the people who have spent years of their lives hoping for that peace of mind. Check out this list of ways health care reform is helping people, and ask health care repealers why anybody would want to take that health care away.

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