“The repeal and delay amendment will destabilize the individual market and will have a devastating impact on Americans between the ages of 50 and 64 causing millions to lose coverage,” said LeaMond. “AARP calls on all Senators to vote ‘NO’ on the Motion to Proceed, and to reject the repeal and replace amendment and the BCRA. Instead, let’s all work together in a bipartisan way to strengthen our health care system for the millions of Americans who depend on it.”
AARP will monitor each Senator’s vote on the Motion to Proceed, as well as any potential vote on the repeal and delay amendment and the BCRA. We will report these votes to all 38 million AARP members in our publications, online, and in direct alerts.
The full letter is posted here.
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