No action would be more damaging to Americans’ health and safety than if the Trump administration achieves their desired goal of overturning the ACA in its entirety during this crisis.
This new video brings into focus the grim reality of how Trump’s war on health care has hurt and will continue to hurt African Americans.
Five years ago today Donald Trump descended down his golden escalator at Trump Tower and in his first ever presidential campaign speech vowed to take American health care down with him. In the years following, President Trump has worked tirelessly to fulfill his pledge to rip health care away from Americans by trying relentlessly to overturn the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and take coverage from 20 million Americans and protections for 135 million with pre-existing conditions. Five years later, President Trump is still waging his war on Americans’ health care as the nation struggles in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. In response to this fateful anniversary, Protect Our Care Executive Director Brad Woodhouse released the following statement:
New Fact Sheet From Protect Our Care Details the Trump Administration’s Failure to Prepare for the Spread of the Virus and the Resulting Devastation Veterans and Their Families
As coronavirus cases surge across the country and the US tops 2 million confirmed coronavirus cases, Protect Our Care’s Coronavirus War Room is today releasing a new video highlighting Trump’s failures to stop the spread of the virus — and how he’s now making things worse by essentially giving up on fighting the virus and rushing states to reopen against the advice of medical experts.
Bedford High School senior Emma Rosenbaum is the winner of the 2020 Brodsky Prize, a $5,000 cash award that recognizes journalistic excellence and “out of the box” thinking by high school journalists.
Today, U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Tina Smith (D-MN) joined Senate Democrats in unveiling a new proposal to improve and expand access to health care for Americans in response to the coronavirus crisis.
Lawsuit Decried as “Cruel, Economically Stupid and Dangerous”
Global Pandemic, Pending ACA Lawsuit Threaten Recovery Resources
House Coronavirus Relief Bill Addresses Health Care Challenges Exacerbated by the Coronavirus Crisis