AARP Wants Senators to Start From Scratch
Tell them to write a health care bill that lowers premiums, protects people with preexisting conditions, and provides affordable coverage to all Americans.
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Show Me the Bill - AARP
Tell your Senators: No more secret meetings or secret discussions. It’s your health care that’s at stake. Learn more: www.showmethebill.com
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Cruz Amendment Makes Bad Health Care Bill Worse – AARP
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Hear One Woman’s Health Care Story - AARP
The Senate is about to vote on a bill that lets states dramatically increase costs for people like Sindy Benavides, an expectant mother with diabetes. Contact your Senator to vote no on the Senate health care bill. Call 844-222-0110.