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Trump’s expected court pick has criticized the Affordable Care Act, and a new lawsuit threatens coverage for millions

"Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death could not have come at a worse time for the millions of Americans who get their health insurance through the Affordable Care Act," say @ASlavitt  and @nicholas_bagley 

It has been a pleasure to work with the president on real solutions to lower the cost of prescription drugs. We have had success and look forward to continuing to make health care affordable for American families.

The Trump administration is in court right now seeking to dismantle the Affordable Care Act and gut protections for Americans with pre-existing conditions. The American people can see right through the president's empty promises.

The outcome of this election will determine the course of our country for generations. Everything from the Affordable Care Act, racial justice, equal rights, and environmental justice is on the ballot. 39 days. Let’s mobilize and give this everything we’ve got.

After Ginsburg’s death, high stakes for Texas’ legal challenge to the Affordable Care Act

NEW: President Trump is expected to nominate Judge Amy Coney Barrett — seen by conservatives as anti-abortion rights and hostile to the Affordable Care Act — to the Supreme Court, a source tells @NPR . The source cautioned that Trump could change his mind.

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President Trump has promised for years to release a new health care plan that would be better than the Affordable Care Act. He signed new executive orders Thursday, but their impact was not clear.

President Donald Trump signed an executive order claiming to protect Americans with preexisting conditions — despite continuous efforts to eliminate the Affordable Care Act.

Sen. Kamala Harris will visit Raleigh next week where is is expected to discuss filing the vacancy on the Supreme Court and the Affordable Care Act.


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Pres Trump: I am signing the first-ever executive order to affirm that it is the "official policy of the United States Government to protect patients with pre-existing conditions." Fact: The Affordable Care Act signed by Pres Obama made covering pre-existing conditions U.S. law.

If Republicans push through a Supreme Court nominee, within weeks the Affordable Care Act will be gone (a case is pending). 20 million Americans will lose their health insurance and rates will skyrocket for anyone with a preexisting condition. In the middle of a pandemic.

Right now, Donald Trump is in court trying to get rid of the Affordable Care Act. If he's successful, over 20 million people will lose their health coverage. Health care justice is on the ballot in November.

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.

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

‘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

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.

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