State Event Calendar to Stop Trumpcare

ARIZONA   Cassidy-Graham ACA Replacement Is A Bad Deal Time: Tuesday, September 26 9-10 AM MST Location: 407 W Congress Street, Tucson, AZ 85701, USA Host: Indivisible Southern Arizona Facebook Event Page   ARKANSAS   Time: Wednesday, September 20, 11 AM- 1 PM CDT Location: St. Michael’s Episcopal Church 12415 Cantrell Rd, Little Rock, Arkansas… [Continue Reading]

This Week in Trumpcare: What Happens Next?

  On Tuesday, the Senate voted 50-50 on a motion to proceed to a debate on Trumpcare, forcing Vice President Mike Pence to come in and make the tie-breaking vote in favor of moving the bill forward. This means the rest of the week will be filled with debates on the floor, procedural votes, and… [Continue Reading]

The Super Wealthy GOP Donors Pushing the Dangerous Healthcare Plan

Billionaires are controlling the fate of our healthcare. This may not come as a surprise, knowing the entrenched history between large GOP donors and the party agenda, but this has gone too far. The politicians getting their pockets filled by billionaires are more concerned with what their donors—and potential future sponsors of political opponents—want than… [Continue Reading]

House Passes Cruel and Deadly American Health Care Act

The Feminist Majority condemns the vote today in the U.S. House of Representatives to demolish the Affordable Care Act and calls on the U.S. Senate to stop the deadly, cruel so-called American Health Care Act. Statement by Feminist Majority President, Eleanor Smeal: “Today, House Republicans voted to throw over 24 million people off of health… [Continue Reading]

Urgent: Tell Congress to Extend Tax Cuts to the Middle Class Now!

If Congress does not act by the end of this year, all Americans will see their taxes automatically increase. The Senate has already voted to extend tax cuts to the 98% of Americans making less than $250,000 a year. Despite the election results, Republicans are holding middle class and lower income earners hostage to tax… [Continue Reading]

The Affordable Care Act and Women

By Desiree Hoffman YWCA USA Director of Advocacy and Policy March 23, 2011, marked the first anniversary of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Yet polls show that less than 47% of Americans know how it affects them.1 Lack of understanding was highest among low-income households and the uninsured. When asked, “Do you feel you have… [Continue Reading]