Stop the Trump Administration's Latest Attack On Our Health care!

The health care and essential nutrition support that so many Coloradans rely on are once again under attack.

House Republicans just released a callous budget proposal that would have a devastating impact on programs millions of American families need to survive.

This budget, ironically named "A Brighter American Future," would repeal the Affordable Care Act while also cutting Medicare and transforming Medicaid, the government-funded health program for the poor. It would also slash retirement security, anti-poverty programs, education, infrastructure, and other critical investments are real and will inflict serious harm on American families.

The Trump Administration and congressional Republicans are hellbent on slashing the budget, and have decided to do it on the backs of vulnerable American families. This budget plan cannot become law. We need all of our legislators to stand strong against it.

Tell Colorado's Congressional Leaders: Vote against any proposal that cuts Medicare and attempts to repeal the ACA.
Dear [Decisionmaker],

You will soon have an important vote to make in regards to the 2019 budget proposal and I'm writing to you as a concerned constituent. I ask that you vote against any proposal that would make cuts to Medicare, Medicaid, and would attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act. If passed, the recent 2019 budget proposal will cut $1.5 trillion to Medicaid and Medicare over the next decade and try yet again to repeal the Affordable Care Act, all of which have exceptionally benefited Coloradans. We cannot take away affordable health care options.

Please, stand up against the proposals to slash our health. Hundreds of thousands of Coloradans' lives depend on it.

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