Starting today, Congress is back home for a two-week recess. From health care to tax reform, they’ve got a lot of work to do when they get back. That means they need to hear from you now. We know that resistance works. So we must continue to raise our voices to resist Trump’s harmful agenda and hold our representatives accountable.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to vote on Gorsuch’s confirmation on Monday and his full Senate vote could be as early as Thursday, which means your senator needs to hear from you NOW! Here’s what you can do resist Gorsuch.
Because of your resistance, Speaker Paul Ryan has delayed the House vote on Trumpcare, the GOP plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Calls are running 1,000-1 against Trumpcare. ONE THOUSAND against Trumpcare and ONE for it. This is working. Don’t stop now!
In just over 40 hours, the House of Representatives will vote to take health care away from millions of Americans. This Thursday—seven years (to the day!) after the Affordable Care Act was signed into law—the House will vote on Trumpcare, their “plan” to repeal and replace the ACA.
This week, Congress is taking critical votes on TrumpCare, their “plan” to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. The same plan that would cause 24 million more people to be uninsured over the next 10 years all so insurance execs and those at the top can get another tax cut.
Here’s the truth: The Republican health care plan will increase health care costs for the average person by $1,500 a year. And that number is even worse for older Americans.
Last night, we learned that Attorney General Jeff Sessions lied under oath when he told Sen. Al Franken that he did not have any conversations with Russian officials during the presidential campaign. In fact, he met with the Russian ambassador twice.
To continue the amazing energy and momentum from last week, when thousands flooded town halls and events across the country, we’re launching ResistanceNearMe.org—a new tool for progressive local #Resist actions.
Michael Flynn, President Trump’s national security adviser, lied about contact with Russian officials. He resigned last night. But this raises disturbing questions about connections between Trump’s team and the Russian government.