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Trumpcare 3.0: The Worst Yet.

TRUMPCARE 3.0 EVEN WORSE THAN ALL THE PREVIOUS ITERATIONS, BUT MCCONNELL UNDAUNTED

That’s not the only part of the Cruz amendment that sucks, though. The people who buy those crappy plans Cruz would allow would be stuck in them—if they get sick and need to trade up for a plan that would actually take care of them, they would have to wait six months, as if they hadn’t had any coverage to begin with. Oh, and congress would be exempt from all this—they’ll still have the essential health benefits they’re taking away from their constituents.

And it destroys Medicaid. And it still takes funding away from Planned Parenthood. Sure, it throws a little bit of money to fighting the opioid epidemic, but not enough to make up for the Medicaid cuts. Everything that the would-be Republican moderates have been holding out for has been rejected, with McConnell deciding to go hard right to get Ted Cruz under the assumption that he can force the moderates to cave.

They’ve got a weekend off, some of them coming home even though they might not be out in public, before returning for a vote McConnell insists will happen next week. Now’s the time to hammer all those Republicans—Jerry Moran (KS), Lisa Murkowski (AK), Dean Heller (NV), Shelley Moore Capito (WV), Rob Portman (OH), Bill Cassidy (LA)—who have complained about how bad the bill is for their states because of Medicaid cuts. Keep calling.

Time to jam the phone lines–Republicans still want to pass Trumpcare! Even if you called before, call your Senator at (202) 224-3121. Tell them Trumpcare is SICK, MEAN and CRUEL. Then, tell us how it went.

via Daily Kos Trumpcare 3.0 even worse than all the previous iterations, but McConnell undaunted

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That’s not the only part of the Cruz amendment that sucks, though. The people who buy those crappy plans Cruz would allow would be stuck in them—if they get sick and need to trade up for a plan that would actually take care of them, they would have to wait six months, as if they hadn’t had any coverage to begin with. Oh, and congress would be exempt from all this—they’ll still have the essential health benefits they’re taking away from their constituents.

And it destroys Medicaid. And it still takes funding away from Planned Parenthood. Sure, it throws a little bit of money to fighting the opioid epidemic, but not enough to make up for the Medicaid cuts. Everything that the would-be Republican moderates have been holding out for has been rejected, with McConnell deciding to go hard right to get Ted Cruz under the assumption that he can…

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