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#159CalltoAction: Health Care Rally with 159 & Indivisible GA Sixth

The Declaration of Independence declares Americans have the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. So, let’s remind Sen. Perdue that life means health care and equal access for all. Join 159 Georgia Together, Indivisible Georgia Sixth District, Liberal Moms of Roswell and Cobb, Indivisible North Fulton, Bend the Arc Jewish action, Awakened Accountability, Galvanize Georgia, Indivisible Sea Change and Midway Avondale Decatur Alliance for a rally on Monday, July 3, at Perdue's office in support of health care for all. #159CalltoAction #159HealthCare #159SaveOurHealthCare #159SaveMedicaid

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#159CalltoAction: Call Our Senators

So, the scramble is on. Can Sen. Mitch McConnell find 52 votes or can we block four votes. We only need four. And, of the two Georgia senators, Sen. Johnny Isakson is our best bet. So, if you can only make one call in the next 48 hours, make it count. #159HealthCare #159SaveMedicaid #159SaveOurHealthCare #159SaveLive

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#159CalltoAction: Share Your Medicaid and ACA Stories

Do you have a story to share on how the proposed cuts in Medicaid or the death of the ACA likely will affect you or loved ones? If so, send us a brief video or recording to goblue@159georgiatgether.com. #159HealthCare #159NotoTrumpCare #159SaveMedicaid #159SavetheACA

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#159CalltoAction: Advocate for Republican Support for Health Care for all Americans

The numbers don't look good for the AHCA as in what the voters support. Check out this New York Times story about what percent of your state’s residents reject/support the ACHA. Then, let's make some calls shall we? #159HealthCare #159NotoTrumpCare #159SaveMedicaid

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#159CalltoAction: Make Health Care Calls to Help Communities of Color

Health coverage is especially important for African Americans and other racial and ethnic minorities because they often have worse health status than their white counterparts. African Americans live with chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and HIV/AIDS at far greater rates than other racial groups. #159HealthCare #159SaveMedicaid #159SavetheACA #159NotoTrumpcare #159NotoAHCA

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#159CalltoAction: Make Health Care Calls to Help Georgia's Veterans

Georgia has the fourth highest number of uninsured veterans in the country. From 2013 to 2015, 15,000 Georgia veterans gained coverage, decreasing the state’s veteran’s uninsured rate from 11.1 percent to 7.4 percent. Shall we make some calls to help those who fought for the United States? Let's not leave any fallen soldiers. #159HealthCare #159SaveMedicaid #159SavetheACA #159NotoTrumpCare #159HelpVeterans

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#159CalltoAction: Make the Calls to Help with the Opioid Ccrisis

The ACA and Medicaid are essential to addressing substance use disorders and overdose deaths. Both require coverage of essential health benefits such as treatment for mental illness and substance use, ensuring people can access the services and treatment that they need to recover or continue in their recovery. Let's make a few calls to remind our senators of the impact on Georgians battling opioid addictions. #159HealthCare #159NotoTrumpCare #159SaveMedicaid #159SavetheACA

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#159CalltoAction: Call to Save Health Care for Georgia's Seniors

In Georgia, 182,000 seniors are covered by Medicaid. Cuts or changes to the program will be detrimental to our seniors. Let's make a few phone calls to help them and their families. #159HealthCare #159NotoTrumpCare #159SaveMedicaid

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#159CalltoAction: Make Your Health Care Calls Re Rural Communities

Medicaid cuts would be a disaster for the rural health care system. Georgia has seen six rural hospitals close since 2010, the third highest rate in the country. For those that survive, nearly two thirds of rural hospitals revenues are from Medicare or Medicaid. Any cuts to those programs will kill hospitals that are already losing money. #159SaveRuralHospitals #159NotoTrumpCare #159SavetheACA #159SaveMedicaid

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#159CalltoAction: Call Senators and Demand Better Health Care Coverage

This week, senators return to Washington and get back to work. Let's light up their phone systems and messages with the message that ALL GEORGIANS DESERVE HEALTH INSURANCE. Georgia's senators need to hear from you during this important time. They need to hear that Georgians want them to oppose any bill or measure that: 1) cuts and caps the Medicaid program, or 2) reduces coverage for millions of Americans. #159CalltoAction #159NotoTrumpCare

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#159CalltoAction: Fight the AHCA and Save Health Insurance for Millions

The AHCA as it stands today will strip 4,316,000 Georgians with pre-existing conditions under the age of 64 of their health insurance. Let’s call the senators daily to remind them that Sen. Johnny Isakson has a pre-existing condition under the new law. And, we all love our grandmothers and grandfathers and, by the way, we vote. #159SavetheACA #159SaveEssentialHealthBenefits #159SaveLives #159NotoTrumpCare #159VoteNotoAHCA

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#159CalltoAction: Tweetstorm at Congress about Effects of New AHCA

Do you have your sleeves rolled up? It's time to get started. We need your help with a #tweetstorm we started last night to our reps about the number of people affected by the new version of the AHCA. As in the number of people who will lose their health insurance because of pre-existing conditions. Want to help? #159CalltoAction #159SavetheACA #159SaveEssentialBenefits

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