Protect Our Care

House of Representatives Vote to Repeal ACA

Republican leaders in Congress have finally fulfilled their campaign promises to pass a bill that would strip health care access from millions of Americans. Despite this devastating result, this fight is far from over.

The AHCA now moves to the Senate where we will need to continue the drumbeat against full repeal.

Action Kit

Action Alert: Tell your Senators to reject the American Health Care Act

Did your Representative vote for repeal? Find out here.

Tweet: Tag your Representative in a tweet and tell them how you feel about the repeal of the ACA.

Attend a town hall: Check townhallproject.com for information about public events where Members of Congress will be present. 

Write a Letter to the Editor: Help your community understand what the repeal of the Affordable Care Act will mean for you or someone you know.

Let’s review all the ways the House repeal bill is bad for America’s health care

On May 4, the House of Representatives voted to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with the AHCA. Here are just a few of the reasons why this bill is bad for Americans

  • Raise premiums for millions of people in America, especially older and sicker populations
  • Increase the number of people without insurance by 24 million  
  • Effectively eliminate Medicaid expansion and ration future Medicaid care
  • Give $600 billion in tax breaks to the wealthy 

Learn more about the problems with the House bill to repeal the ACA. 

The bottom line? Affordable Care Act repeal destroys health care

Republicans in Congress have effectively stripped the ACA’s protections for people with pre-existing conditions and its guarantee of affordable coverage. And they have now voted for a bill that will strip coverage from millions and drive up health care costs for millions more.