Immediate Action Needed!
Urge Congress to Abandon the American Health Care Act
It is now clear that the American Health Care Act (AHCA) is back, and even worse than before. Congress will be in recess April 10-21. This means Members of Congress will be at home in their states/districts. The bottom line is they need to hear from you.
We know that calls, sharing personal stories, showing up at Town hall meetings, work—remind them that the ACA and Medicaid are essential to people with disabilities and their families. The failure of the House of Representatives to pass the American Health Care Act (AHCA) showed the incredible power of grassroots activism, but the threats are now even greater.
Take Action During April 10-21 Congressional Recess
Here are three ways you can #JoinOurFight during recess to protect vital supports and services.
Then ask your friends & family to call. Click here for a short script and contact information to call your Members of Congress. It only takes a few minutes to tell them how important Medicaid and the ACA are in your life.
Have 2 more minutes? Participate in #WeActWednesday. Each Wednesday The Arc shares a quick way to take action on a current advocacy issue on our Facebook and Twitter. Please take action, share, like, and retweet every Wednesday
Have a free night? Showing up matters so much. Check out this resource listing all scheduled town hall meetings across the country, bring your friends and family and ask your Members of Congress to protect the ACA and Medicaid.