In 2014, with the help of the Affordable Care Act, the
However, she will lose her insurance, she told a
"I am absolutely terrified of what Trump and his cronies are trying to do right now," Green told a packed Ed Roberts Campus gathering.
Similar town halls across the country garnered headlines as angry constituents lambasted their federal representatives, largely
"Trumpcare will be a complete failure, but don't take my word for it -- health care experts have been sounding the alarms," Arreguin told the crowd. "I wouldn't be surprised if the only information he's gotten on the American health care system was by watching episodes of 'Grey's Anatomy' or 'House.' "
"It will be a health care emergency for the people of
Green was joined on stage by two other
"My story's really boring. It just worked," Jacob told the crowd. "We got our same doctors, our son's same pediatrician. With the subsidies we can afford our health care."
Since then, her husband started his own software business, which he was able to do only because they had access to an affordable health insurance plan.
"If they repeal Obamacare, he will have to close his business and continue looking for another job," Jacob said.
"I will be in a fix that is unfixable (if the ACA is repealed)," Mickens told the crowd. "Fight like hell for the ACA."
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