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Hoyer Discusses Republicans' ACA Repeal Bill on Press Conference Call

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March 7, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

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Hoyer Statement on Veterans Affairs Suspension Bill in Honor of Eni Faleomavaega

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March 7, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

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Republican Health Plan: Pay More for Less

It’s taken seven years to see the Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act, and it’s no wonder they’ve kept it hidden from the American people for so long. Check out how much MORE American families will have to pay (for less coverage, of course) both today and in 2020, according to an analysis from Vox:

House Republicans’ ACA Repeal Bill: Kicking Americans Off Their Health Coverage, Forcing People to Pay More for Less

For Immediate Release:

March 7, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

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Hoyer Statement on House Republicans' Bill to Repeal the Affordable Care Act

For Immediate Release:

March 6, 2017

Contact:

Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

Office of the Democratic Whip Steny H.<div class=###

Hoyer Asks Leader McCarthy to See the GOP ACA Repeal Bill, Whether it Will Be Marked Up Next Week

For Immediate Release:

March 2, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

Office of the Democratic Whip Steny H.<div class=###

Whip Hoyer Searches for House Republicans’ Hidden ACA Repeal Bill

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March 2, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

Office of the Democratic Whip Steny H.<div class=###

President Trump’s Joint Session Address: Promises Made, Promises Broken

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March 1, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

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Republicans don’t agree on how to replace the ACA? Sad!

Last night, the President said once again that Republicans would repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

But with what exactly? He didn’t say.

That’s because the GOP continues to be deeply divided over how to replace the Affordable Care Act and prevent millions of Americans from losing coverage or seeing costs skyrocket. Here’s a look at how their dysfunction is playing out in the headlines:

Politico: Republicans near make-or-break moment on Obamacare repeal

Morning Round-up: “Details Remain Scarce” Edition

Don’t just take our word for it – a look at the headlines shows that we aren’t the only ones who thought the President’s speech was long on empty rhetoric and short on substance:

Roll Call: In Joint Address, Trump Offers Congress Few Policy Details