Stop the tax bill making its way through Congress
Republicans in Congress are pushing a tax bill that threatens the health care of millions. Learn more.
CALL YOUR SENATORS: 866-426-2631. Generating calls is the #1 priority right now.
Tell Senators to oppose tax cuts that increase the deficit or harm health coverage. Here's the specific ask: OPPOSE any tax package that increases the deficit or that decreases the number of people with health insurance.
Use our resources to talk to your lawmakers about health care.
State-by-state in-person event listing: View our list of events in key states for rallies, protests, forums, and visits planned to members of congress in key states. You can also check townhallproject.com for information about public events where Members of Congress will be present.
Call your senators: Call 1-866-426-2631 to be automatically connected to your senators.
Tag your senators on Twitter: Tag your senators in a tweet asking them to protect the health coverage of their constituents.
Guide to meeting directly with your Member of Congress: Face-to-face meetings with your representative or senators are among the most powerful ways to educate them about how proposed legislation will affect you. This guide outlines how to make meetings happen and how to make them effective.
Email your senators: Use our tool to personalize and send an email directly to your senators and tell them to protect America’s health coverage
Tips for engaging senators who oppose repeal: Just because your senator supports the Affordable Care Act and Medicaid does not mean you should stop engaging them. Read our tips for how to engage with senators who support health care.
Sign ideas from recent rallies: Use these at events where senators commonly participate, such as rallies and press conferences. Get a group together to make signs to tell your senators to oppose the Senate repeal bill.
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September 2017: We Defeated Graham-Cassidy!
Thanks to your calls, email, and participation in rallies, Republican leaders in the Senate were forced to abandon this disastrous attempt to reverse the progress on health care and coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Learn why Graham-Cassidy is worse than previous repeal bills:
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ACA Repeal Defeated in Senate
A vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with a "skinny repeal" bill failed in the early morning hours of Friday, July 28.
The months of phone calls, rallies, and online advocacy, your voices were instrumental to securing this massive victory for our health care system.
How did your senators vote? Use our email tool to thank them for voting “no” or condemning their “yes” vote. Enter your zip code to get started.
Just because the vote is over does not mean that our health care is safe.
The Trump Administration still has the ability to sabotage the Affordable Care Act in multiple ways and Medicaid cuts are still possible in states. Sign up to get the latest updates in the weeks and months ahead.
Medicaid Sign-On Letter
Families USA, along with over 120 organizations representing consumers, patients and providers, sent a letter to all Senators asking them to reject Affordable Care Act repeal proposals that threaten the health coverage and care of the 74 million vulnerable children, seniors, women, people with disabilities, working adults and others who rely on Medicaid.
This letter specifically opposes legislative efforts to cut Medicaid funding through per capita caps and block grants, as well as efforts to end the ACA’s expansion of Medicaid.