Today the House passed
Should the courts agree, every provision of the law, including those protecting people with preexisting conditions, allowing children to stay on their parents' insurance till age 26, guaranteeing coverage for essential benefits like maternity care, and expansion of Medicaid, will be invalidated.
More than 300,000 people in
"The administration has dropped all pretense of wanting to replace the Affordable Care Act - all it's trying to do now is to strike down the law, no matter the cost to the millions of Americans who would lose their health care as a result. Meanwhile, the House is trying to strengthen the ACA, by protecting pre-existing conditions, and lowering the cost of the high quality plans the law offers to every American. The contrast could not be more stark."