Digital Amplification Toolkit
Health care elected a Democratic majority in the U.S. House of Representatives in 2018 and health care is the issue voters most want Congress to address in 2019. Americans sent a clear message on election day. They want lower costs and better care and the Democrats in Congress are now pursuing that agenda.
The ACA anniversary on March 23rd, is a critical opportunity to tell that story to the American people.
SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT
Voters sent a clear message last November: STOP trying to repeal the #ACA and instead they want Republicans and Democrats to keep what works and fix what doesn’t. #ProtectOurCare #ACAanniversary
If the @GOP makes this the last #ACAanniversary, people over the age of 50 could face a $4,000 “age tax” and seniors would have to pay more for prescription drugs. https://www.aarp.org/content/dam/aarp/ppi/2017/09/graham-cassidy-legislation-threatens-affordable-coverage-for-older-americans.pdf #ProtectOurCare
Because of the #ACA, 17 million Americans gained health coverage. https://www.kff.org/uninsured/fact-sheet/key-facts-about-the-uninsured-population/ #ProtectOurCare #ACAanniversary
Because of the #ACA, insurers can no longer charge women more than men for the same care. #ProtectOurCare #ACAanniversary
Because of the #ACA, insurers in the individual market can no longer drop or deny coverage, or charge you more, because of a pre-existing condition. #ProtectOurCare #ACAanniversary