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No Wonder There’s a Delay: New Analyses Show The House Bill Is Worse Than You Thought

The vote that was scheduled for today on the House GOP proposal that would rollback coverage under Medicaid, the Affordable Care Act, and the broader individual insurance market has been delayed, but is now scheduled to take place tomorrow, Friday. The surprise is not the delay, but that they are still considering this disastrous bill […]

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Top 5 Reasons No CA Congressmember Should Vote for the Proposed ACA Repeal & Medicaid Caps & Cuts

On Monday night, the new draft to repeal the Affordable Care Act by Speaker Paul Ryan, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, and the GOP Leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives was released, showing it goes a lot further to undermine the health care for Californians than simply undoing the coverage for many of the five […]

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We waited 7 years for this?

Yesterday, the new draft to repeal the Affordable Care Act by Speaker Paul Ryan, Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, and the GOP Leadership of the U.S. House of Representatives was released, showing it goes a lot further to undermine the health care for Californians than simply undoing the coverage for most of the five million Californians […]

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When We Rise…

We were excited last week to see the ABC miniseries When We Rise, which chronicles the campaign for LGBTQ equality over the decades–through the eyes of three activists, including our longtime board member and former board president Roma Guy. Beyond her significant advocacy for LGBTQ rights, Roma serves on our board for the California Women’s […]

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If Last Week Congress Faced Concerned Crowds…

  Last week, Congressional representatives across the country and California heard a loud and powerful message from their constituents angry about attempts over proposed plans to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Their constituents were right to be concerned—in California alone, the proposal to repeal the ACA alone would undo coverage for over five million Californians—over […]

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