In addition to photos circulating Twitter, politicians and citizens alike are voicing their concerns and reasons why we can not allow the Affordable Care Act to be repealed when Donald Trump takes office in less than a week.
But Trump said he'll push Congress to act fast on the repeal. She said her son might lose his health insurance if it's dismantled. Sanders. "If you think you'll simply throwing millions off, you've got another guess coming!"
"It will impact persons who are low income persons because many of them are getting their health care now through the marketplace, but they will have to go back to the emergency room to get their primary healthcare", Green said. "I would love to see them provide a solution we can all live with - that's the bottom line - it's not going to be our first choice, but they can make it one we can live with".
"The Affordable Care Act, unlike what you've heard in this building on occasion, completely pays for HIP 2.0".
"It will be in a much simplified form", Trump said.
Trump said that he would present a plan for health care repeal after his nominee to be Health and Human Services Secretary, Rep. Tom Price of Georgia, is confirmed. "Much less expensive and much better".
Franco Carucci, of New Paltz, said he has family members on ACA, and he was there to fight for them.
Since the new congress was sworn in, steps have been taken to repeal Obamacare.
Asked about Trump's comments on the Today Show Monday morning, incoming White House communications director Sean Spicer denied that what Trump was promising amounted to an expansion of government's role in health care, which Republicans generally oppose, while attempting to fit Trump's remarks into typical GOP talking points.
About 40 people came out to Courthouse Plaza Sunday in Lexington to protest the intended dismantling of the Affordable Care Act, which has had a notable impact in Kentucky in the past 7 years.
The rally in San Diego was one of more than 40 rallies in favor of the Affordable Care Act that took place across the country on Sunday. I don't want single-payer.