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Action Alerts - Protect Our Care Connecticut

See the most recent action alerts from Protect Our Care CT.

Stop the new version of AHCA

Jane McNichol

posted 4/23/17

Republicans are negotiating a new version of the American Health Care Act. This version contains all the bad features of the earlier version and adds threats to pre-existing condition coverage and Essential Health Benefits. While it seems increasingly unlikely that there will be a vote on this version this week, contact with U.S. Representatives now is important.
Take this moment to:

  • Thank your representative for his/her continuing opposition to the American Health Care Act and its weakening of access to health care.
  • Urge him/her to oppose this latest version of the AHCA
  • Share stories of why the ACA, Medicaid, Medicare and women's health programs are important to you. 
    Phone numbers are below. Information about the AHCA and possible revisions are available here.

John Larson 860-278-8888 (CT); 202-225-2265 (DC)
Joe Courtney 860-886-0139 (CT); 202-225-2076 (DC)
Rosa DeLauro 203-562-3718 (CT); 202-225-3661 (DC)
Jim Himes 203-333-6600 (CT); 202-225-5541 (DC)
Elizabeth Esty 860-223-8412 (CT); 202-225-4476 (DC)


ACA/Medicaid Messaging Tool Kit Available

Jane McNichol

posted 4/19/17

Medicaid (HUSKY) programs and the Affordable Care Act (ACA) are at risk of being decimated by Congress.  At the state level, HUSKY may face cuts in the state budget.  A lot is at stake.

CT Health Foundation has put together a helpful informational and messaging toolkit for advocates and organizations to use.  Click here to access the toolkit - which includes talking points, supporting data and more.

The state budget fight is going on right now.  If you are interested in hosting a local event, such as a press conference or speak out in defense of HUSKY, please contact Arielle Levin Becker (arielle@cthealth.org; 860-724-1580). She can provide you with an event toolkit and help with media strategies.