Women for Obama
Women for Obama
04/27/2017 at 18:18. Facebook
The latest plan to repeal Obamacare would undermine guaranteed essential health benefits like maternity care, preventive cancer screenings, and prescription drugs. And somehow, congressional leaders are OK with this.

Your representatives need to hear from you right now:
The latest plan to repeal Obamacare would undermine guaranteed essential health benefits

Defend Obamacare—call a key representative now

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Jeanne Stewart
Marilyn Hogan
Pat Hill
Women for Obama
Women for Obama
04/25/2017 at 18:41. Facebook
Respect. Empower. Include. Organize something extraordinary.

Sign up to join the team that's fighting every day for change: [ Ofa.bo Link ]
Women for Obama 04/25/2017
Emilie Tremblay Wilber
Diana Leasure
Marianna Sloan
You've called your elected officials, written letters, showed up at town halls, and made your voice heard.

Maximize your efforts by joining your local chapter:
Youve called your elected officials written letters showed up at town halls

Find your local OFA chapter and get plugged in.

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Cathy Klug
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BinaBina Noel
There are too many pressing issues in our nation right now for our elected officials to ignore us—their constituents—during recess. Help us hold their feet to the fire. Submit your questions now:
There are too many pressing issues in our nation right now for

What would you ask?

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Linda McDonald
Mary Yancey-Wheat
Jean Stephens
President Donald Trump privately signed a bill on Thursday that allows states to withhold federal money from organizations that provide abortion services, including Planned Parenthood, a group frequently targeted by Republicans.
Women for Obama 04/13/2017

Trump privately signs anti-Planned Parenthood law

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Christina Holdford
Judy Eisert Clarkson
Lynn Anson
Go into your local town hall meeting prepared—check out this recess toolkit:
Go into your local town hall meeting prepared—check out this recess toolkit:

Get ready for recess

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Kathryn Louise Swank
Before congressional recess ends on April 23, find out where your elected officials are holding town hall events. They need to be held accountable.
Before congressional recess ends on April 23 find out where your elected

Town Hall Project

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Veronica Velarde
Kathryn Louise Swank
Ellen Nachem
The "nuclear option" is a serious abuse of power by the majority party in Congress, and invoking it is a slap in the face to the checks and balances that keep our system working properly. The Senate is getting ready to vote—call now and tell them to change the nominee, not the rules: [ Ofa.bo Link ]
The nuclear option is a serious abuse of power by the majority

Tell the Senate to play by the rules

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Diana Halleman
Charlyne Burke
Anton Teschner
This is precisely why we need Equal Pay Day: to call attention to the challenges working women face.
This is precisely why we need Equal Pay Day to call attention

Trump pulls back Obama-era protections for women in the workplace

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Monica Li
Muriel Burrows
Barbara Wegner
"Equal Pay Day is a reminder that despite some progress, the wage gap persists, and women have ways to go when it comes to economic equality."
Equal Pay Day is a reminder that despite some progress the wage

Here's everything you need to know about Equal Pay Day

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Eric Eugene Rader
Shelley Graham Somerville
Anton Teschner
By advancing efforts to block funding for Planned Parenthood, legislators have just sent the message that they're willing to put the women and families who depend on the organization's critical health services at risk in order to advance their own political agenda.
By advancing efforts to block funding for Planned Parenthood legislators have just

Pence breaks tie in Senate vote targeting Planned Parenthood funding

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Richard Hayes
Amie Selecman
RE Burden
Read the official statement from OFA's Executive Director on the withdrawal of the American Healthcare Act:
Women for Obama 03/24/2017
Juanita Davalos
Karen Kirshner Guzowski
Elaine Stenzel
The Congressional Budget Office's report shows that the new repeal bill will drastically reduce coverage to millions of Americans—call to make your voice heard right now.
Women for Obama 03/24/2017

Call now to oppose the repeal bill

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The Congressional Budget Office on Congress' "plan": It's even worse than before.

We cannot afford to let this dangerous, irresponsible, and cruel bill pass.
Women for Obama 03/24/2017
Fran Wheeler
Stephanie Herold
Sherma Robin
Today's House vote to repeal Obamacare is only hours away. We need to speak up to protect the tens of millions of Americans who benefit from the law. Connect with your representative right now before it's too late: [ Ofa.bo Link ]
Todays House vote to repeal Obamacare is only hours away We need

Call now to oppose the repeal bill

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Venice Loose
Mary Robert
Cathy Milner
Facts:
The House of Representatives is about to vote on the bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimated, before amendments, that 24 million Americans will go uninsured under this proposal.
With the changes since then, and new ones possibly impending, Families like Christie's—a mother of three —will be hit hard if the bill passes.
Facts The House of Representatives is about to vote on the bill

Families to pay price if maternity coverage gets cut in GOP's health care plan

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Joanna Caldwell
Jennifer Hanks
Lahela Way
Massive tax cuts for insurance companies and the wealthy while low- and middle-income families lose coverage? That's an embarrassment, not a plan. Call Congress now: [ Ofa.bo Link ]
Massive tax cuts for insurance companies and the wealthy while low and

Call now to oppose the repeal bill

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JM McCormack
Kathryn Irby
Make sure your elected officials know where you stand on congressional leaders' Obamacare repeal bill, which would cover 24 million fewer people. Get in touch with them now: [ Ofa.bo Link ]
Make sure your elected officials know where you stand on congressional leaders

Call now to oppose the repeal bill

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Barbara Moore
Matt Saracen
Matt Saracen
Limiting access to care would affect women—especially those in rural areas. Repealing Obamacare would be cruel and irresponsible.
Limiting access to care would affect womenespecially those in rural areas Repealing
Lynnette Yohn
Kathi Mender
Pam Dimaio
Under Obamacare, tens of millions of Americans gained affordable, quality health coverage.

Millions more gained protections that put patients' needs before insurers' profits.
Women for Obama 03/15/2017
Martinez Riera Malena
Madonna Martinez
Nena Wilson