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The Trump administration has decided not to reopen enrollment in the Affordable Care Act's federal exchanges amid the rising coronavirus pandemic, a senior administration official said Tuesday evening.

Quality, affordable health care may not be a priority for President Trump, but it's a huge concern for families right now. I'm going to keep pushing for a nationwide special enrollment period to help families get health coverage during this crisis.

The Affordable Care Act allows the government to reopen health insurance exchanges for uninsured people to get covered during crises like the coronavirus outbreak. The Trump administration refused to do this, and I can't think of a reason other than spite.

The Trump administration won’t re-open enrollment for and the Affordable Care Act

‘Fanatical cruelty’: As pandemic rages, Trump refuses to reopen Affordable Care Act enrollment to help uninsured

Trump administration decides not to reopen enrollment in the Affordable Care Act's federal exchanges amid rising coronavirus pandemic. Pressure had been building on the WH to launch a special enrollment period to allow the uninsured to purchase policies.

The Trump Administration and Republican attorneys general are moving forward with a lawsuit to strike down the Affordable Care Act even as they’re encouraging the 3 million newly unemployed workers in the US to sign up.

The Trump Administration and Republican attorneys general are moving forward with a lawsuit to strike down the Affordable Care Act.

Trump has long opposed the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, and tried to repeal it early in his presidency

The Trump Administration and Republican attorneys general are moving forward with a lawsuit to strike down the Affordable Care Act even as they’re encouraging the 3 million newly unemployed workers in the US to sign up.

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Ten years ago today, I signed the Affordable Care Act into law. It protected preexisting conditions, cut the uninsured rate in half, and lots more. But it's still under political attack right when we need care the most. We have to protect it, build on it, until we cover everyone.

As we mark the 10th anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, I call on the President to drop his lawsuit attacking Americans’ health care. We should be fighting to ensure more people have access to quality care, not doing the opposite. #ProtectOurCare 

A reminder that *right now* the Trump administration is suing to destroy the entire Affordable Care Act. All of it.

Your daily reminder that: a. Trump is using a provision of the Affordable Care Act to require that insurers cover the Coronavirus test. b. Trump is in court right now trying to invalidate the entirety of the Affordable Care Act.

‘Many people know that I was working in a restaurant when I got elected, but they don’t know why.’ — Rep. @Ocasio2018  opened up about her family’s struggle and her father's battle with lung cancer in a hearing on affordable health care

Today, 52 Senate Republicans went on the record against affordable health care and protections for people with pre-existing conditions. Today, 52 Senate Republicans voted against patients and families. Don't forget.

Nothing is more important than saving the Affordable Care Act from another cruel effort to take health care away from millions of people.

Republicans called FDR a "socialist" for passing Social Security. They called Lyndon Johnson a "socialist" for passing Medicare. They called Barack Obama a "socialist" for passing the Affordable Care Act. Now, they're calling Democrats "socialists" for seeking decency.

Brett Kavanaugh's hearings may be over – but his confirmation is not a done deal. There is still time to speak out and make your voice heard. Americans came together before to save the Affordable Care Act. We can do it again and #StopKavanaugh .

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