Remove health-care subsidies for Members of Congress and their families
Posted: 16 March 2017 07:49 PM   [ Ignore ]
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  Good morning America.  A healthy democracy demands an informed and engaged citizenry -
or you wind up with avarice p…. like this making all the rules.

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Several years ago, my dad got the news that he had cancer. Sadly, he passed away. My dad had a job at the time, but his employer did not cover him, and without coverage, he avoided going to the doctor until it was too late. As Congress and President Trump try to pass a new healthcare law, I’m reminded of my father and whether he would have made it if he had early access to cost-effective health care.

Affordable health care is in decline as premiums and health costs increase at exponential rates. Some politicians cannot relate to the cost burden experienced by families across the nation because they’ve historically received health benefits that most Americans have not.

Like millions of people who are panicking about possible changes to their health insurance, I’m concerned the people elected to represent us won’t have to live with the consequences or expenses that the rest of us may have to face soon. I want lawmakers to commit to treating themselves just like those who will be impacted by ACA repeal or replacement.

A lot of Members of Congress promote choice as an American value, which is all the more reason for them to have to continue to choose their own health coverage from the free marketplace. If private health care is good for the American citizen, it should also be good for the people that defend it.

If Congress is willing to drastically cut healthcare subsidies for most people, are they willing to have the same rules apply to them and their families?


This petition will be delivered to:
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Posted: 16 March 2017 07:49 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Posted: 17 March 2017 09:36 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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Citizenschallenge-v.3 - 16 March 2017 07:49 PM

  Good morning America.  A healthy democracy demands an informed and engaged citizenry -
or you wind up with avarice p…. like this making all the rules.

YMmRPPAhGaUGzBy-800x450-noPad.jpg?1488927897
Don’t they just love it. 

Daniel Jimenez Portland, OR[/I]

change[DOT]org/p/remove-health-care-subsidies-for-members-of-congress-and-their-families
Several years ago, my dad got the news that he had cancer. Sadly, he passed away. My dad had a job at the time, but his employer did not cover him, and without coverage, he avoided going to the doctor until it was too late. As Congress and President Trump try to pass a new healthcare law, I’m reminded of my father and whether he would have made it if he had early access to cost-effective health care.

Affordable health care is in decline as premiums and health costs increase at exponential rates. Some politicians cannot relate to the cost burden experienced by families across the nation because they’ve historically received health benefits that most Americans have not.

Like millions of people who are panicking about possible changes to their health insurance, I’m concerned the people elected to represent us won’t have to live with the consequences or expenses that the rest of us may have to face soon. I want lawmakers to commit to treating themselves just like those who will be impacted by ACA repeal or replacement.

A lot of Members of Congress promote choice as an American value, which is all the more reason for them to have to continue to choose their own health coverage from the free marketplace. If private health care is good for the American citizen, it should also be good for the people that defend it.

If Congress is willing to drastically cut healthcare subsidies for most people, are they willing to have the same rules apply to them and their families?

I’m afraid not. They seldom make that leap.


This petition will be delivered to:
U.S. Senate
U.S. House of Representatives
Representative
Paul Ryan


I’m afraid not. They seldom make that leap.

[ Edited: 17 March 2017 09:39 PM by LoisL ]
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