Republican Outrages

Hoyer: Republicans' 'Repeal-and-Delay' Plan Ought to be Called 'Repeal-and-Deny'

Mr. Speaker, I rise out of a deep concern, not only for the thirty million Americans who will lose access to health coverage and the tens of millions of others who will see their costs rise if Republicans repeal the Affordable Care Act without a replacement. 

Hoyer: Republicans' 'Repeal-and-Delay' Plan Ought to be Called 'Repeal-and-Deny'

For Immediate Release:

January 12, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

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More Republicans Unsure of GOP Plan to Repeal ACA Without Replacing It

Republican leaders are moving full steam ahead on their efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, despite discontent among rank-and-file Members. To help you keep track, we released a handy document of House and Senate Republicans who oppose their leadership’s plan repeal the ACA without a replacement. Today, you can add House Rules Committee Chairman Pete Sessions and Rep. Charlie Dent to the list of those who think this is a bad idea.

Hoyer: Republicans' Budget Resolution is Nothing More than a Partisan Effort to Take Health Coverage Away from Tens of Millions of Americans

For Immediate Release:

January 10, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

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

Republicans Deeply Divided Over Repeal of the Affordable Care Act

For Immediate Release:

January 10, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

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Hoyer Statement on Senate Confirmation Hearings

For Immediate Release:

January 10, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

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VIDEO: Democrats Highlight How the GOP Repeal of the Affordable Care Act Will Make America Sick Again

For Immediate Release:

January 9, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

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Fact Check on Leader McConnell's Op-Ed on the ACA

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s op-ed today misrepresents the facts about the Affordable Care Act in order to justify GOP efforts to repeal the ACA without a replacement and Make America Sick Again. It’s a busy week, so we here in the Democratic Whip’s press shop put together a handy guide to help distinguish between Senator McConnell’s rhetoric and the reality:

House Republicans and Their Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad First Week of Congress

For Immediate Release:

January 6, 2017

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Mariel Saez 202-225-3130

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Republicans: Losing Jobs, Making America Sick Again

Once again, Republicans are falling short on their promises to support job creation. Not only will their effort to repeal the ACA without a replacement #MakeAmericaSickAgain, but a new report shows that it will also cost millions of jobs.

From CNBC:

“Up to 3 million jobs in the health sector and other areas would be lost if certain key provisions of the Affordable Care Act are repealed by Congress.”