“There’s no plan.”
Do you know someone who has diabetes? How about someone who’s been pregnant? Or someone who has dealt with cancer?
If you do, then you know one of the 135 million Americans who live with preexisting conditions—and you know someone whose health care protections are at risk because of the Trump administration.
Despite Trump’s promises to protect people with preexisting conditions, his administration has done nothing but attack the Affordable Care Act—the law that ensures protections for people with preexisting conditions—through Congress and the courts.
Bill has a preexisting condition, and his son, Kyle, lives with Down syndrome and depends on Medicaid-supported job training. Trump’s broken promises jeopardize the health and economic future of families like theirs.