We'd Advise Not Getting Sick
Most people would agree that Obamacare isn't perfect. But it has provided coverage to many people who couldn't otherwise get it.
If the majority party in Congress can pull off a Kumbaya moment, tomorrow could mark the beginning of the end. That's when the House plans to vote to repeal and replace.
According to the Congressional Budget Office, this plan would kick 14 million people off their coverage by 2018, and 24 million by 2026.
Older Americans would be especially hard hit. The AARP calls it the "age tax."
How to help keep health care accessible and affordable
Check out this cool/demoralizing tool to see how many people where you live will lose coverage.
Get more background than you'll ever need here.
Urge your member of Congress (especially your House Representative) to do the right thing by calling 202.224.3121. Some good phone scripts here.
Find local events where you can weigh in here and here.