Tag Archives: Medicare

There’s More To Do Than Saving the ACA

By Jill Zorn Anyone who cares about access to health care for all Americans is working hard. Federal advocacy is required to save the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and prevent Congress from repealing the law.  And we must act at … Continue reading

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Slow motion repeal speeds up

By Jill Zorn My blog written on February 1, Trumpcare:  “If You Break It, You Own It”, assumed that Affordable Care Act (ACA) repeal, despite a certain amount of Republican disarray, was still very likely.  At the end of the … Continue reading

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ACA Repeal is a Runaway Train

By Jill Zorn ACA Repeal is a runaway train hurtling down the track.  Congressional leaders and President Trump are determined that it will not be derailed. Up to a few days ago, we didn’t see it coming.  Just two weeks … Continue reading

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Report from DC: 700 advocates come together for Families USA Health Action 2017

by Rosana Garcia Last week, Jill Zorn and I attended the Families USA Health Action 2017 Conference in Washington, DC, to represent the Foundation, and to learn from others. In this critical time for health care, it was inspiring to … Continue reading

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Improved Medicare for All

By Jill Zorn I attended the National Single-Payer-Strategy Conference in New York City this past weekend. With the Affordable Care Act (ACA), Medicaid and even Medicare under threat by incoming President Trump and the Congress, single-payer advocates are more energized … Continue reading

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Over 500 CT Residents Thank Our Senators for Standing Up for Health Care

By Max Friedman Last week, the new Congress was sworn in, and it quickly began to lay the groundwork to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and make harmful changes to Medicare, Medicaid and women’s health care services. Our U.S. … Continue reading

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2017 CT Legislative session opens; health care one of many issues

By Rosana Garcia The 2017 Connecticut General Assembly session began yesterday.  This is a budget session, where legislators put together a budget for the next biennium (2017-2019) and the session runs until June 4.  Here’s a primer of what to … Continue reading

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