In Sickness and In Health
Late last week, the House voted to repeal and replace Obamacare in a narrow, party-line vote.
The Congressional Budget Office didn't have time to score the rushed bill. We're taking bets on how many more than 24 million people will lose their coverage in the next CBO analysis.
Things will get trickier in the Senate, where the House version of health care isn't gonna fly.
How to help the next round of the fight
Members of the House of Representatives are back in their districts during this week's recess. Find a town hall where you live, and tune in to Indivisible's Facebook Live event tonight at 8:30pm ET. More than 150,000 people joined last week's live stream to share ideas about letting their reps know how they feel.
Angry enough to donate? Your contribution will be spread evenly to oppose every member of Congress that voted for AHCA. Or you can choose from an inspiring drop-down list of 218 congressional races.
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In the meantime, if you die for lack of health coverage, this website will conveniently mail your ashes to the members of Congress who voted for AHCA.