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Legislative Ask Protect Health Care for All 

Ensuring access to affordable, quality health care is the very definition of a public good—a service that can’t be adequately provided by private interests but that is necessary to benefit everyone.

Washington Newsletter Protecting Health Care for All 

Affordable health care should be available to everyone. Yet congressional leaders propose to dismantle the network of federal programs that defray health care costs for millions of families, including some of the most vulnerable people in our communities.

Washington Newsletter Race and Economic Justice 

People of color have often been excluded—explicitly or implicitly—from the paths to economic prosperity in our country. These systemic disparities are also a factor in why people of color disproportionately live in poverty, when compared to white Americans.

Washington Newsletter Keeping Food on the Table 

As a nation, we should be talking about to learn from and strengthen effective programs such as SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, not how to cut them.

Washington Newsletter Building a Just Economy 

We still have a long ways to go toward a just economy—but Congress could make the problems worse. Congressional leaders want to change programs and policies that ensure basic living standards for tens of millions of people, keeping them from falling into, or deeper into, poverty and economic turmoil each year.

Action Alert We're Winning on Health Care, But... 

We've made huge progress in protecting access to affordable health care for people in our country. Congress is backing away from immediate repeal of the Affordable Care Act. But we still have work to do.

Background Why Quality, Affordable Health Care Matters 

The Affordable Care Act has a huge impact on people's lives. For some, it is literally life-saving. Here are some of your stories about what quality, affordable health care means that our lobbyists are sharing with congressional offices.

Action Alert Share Your Obamacare Story 

I am on Capitol Hill every day, talking to congressional offices about the impact of the Affordable Care Act on their constituents. What should I tell your members of Congress about the meaning of access to quality and affordable health coverage means for you?

Background No Affordable Care Act Repeal Without Adequate Replacement 

This document highlights the benefits of the ACA that should included in any replacement. It also explains why certain proposals that have been put forth to replace the ACA are detrimental.

Action Alert Call Congress: Protect Health Care for All 

Congress is already moving to take away access to quality and affordable health care for millions of people in the United States by taking steps to repeal the Affordable Care Act.

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