To help people understand who is undermining the individual insurance market and how they’re doing it, we’re tracking Republican sabotage efforts and their effects.
Worker Attack Tracker: President Trump is rolling back protections to ensure that Americans can be safe on the job, receive fair pay and benefits, save for retirement, access high-quality training programs, have a voice in their workplace, and not be discriminated against at work.
Under the House-passed AHCA, 23 million Americans would lose health insurance to pay for tax cuts for millionaires.
This map shows what is at stake for Americans as Republicans gear up to vote on their health reform proposal, or Trumpcare, by state and congressional district. Trumpcare would cause Americans to pay thousands of dollars more per year for their coverage while taking away health insurance from millions.
The American Health Care Act will provide up to a $63 million tax cut for executive pay—and that’s for just five health insurance companies.
During the House Energy and Commerce Committee markup of the American Health Care Act, or AHCA, several amendments were put forward that would have protected Americans from some of the most harmful pieces of the bill.
Predictably, GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush’s health plan would repeal the Affordable Care Act and offer only platitudes and failed policies to replace it.
The health insurance plans of these GOP primary candidates put the health of millions of Americans at risk and undermines the ACA's advances.
The Johnson bill is not a compromise but rather purposefully designed to sabotage the Affordable Care Act by repealing important provisions of the law.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s failure to take action on issues such as raising the minimum wage, expanding access to affordable health care, and addressing climate change will continue to hurt middle- and working-class Floridians.