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Repeal and Replace

This is how we protect people with pre-existing conditions

Communications • May 25, 2017

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) recently joined Hadley Heath Manning, Independent Women’s Forum’s Director of Health Policy, on the Working for Women podcast. In their chat, Chair McMorris Rodgers dispels myths about the American Health Care Act and shares how the bill will protect people with pre-existing conditions, like her son Cole. …

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McMorris Rodgers Response to the CBO’s Updated AHCA Score

Communications • May 24, 2017

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement regarding the Congressional Budget Office (CBO)’s report on the  American Health Care Act. “We’re on a rescue mission, and today’s CBO report reinforces what we’ve said before — our American Health Care Act will lower premiums and reduce the deficit. The CBO report …

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“No, the AHCA doesn’t do that…”

Communications • May 16, 2017

Got your attention, didn’t we? Well, according to certain protesters and pundits, because the House Republicans voted to lower the costs of health insurance and increase access to health care, we’re basically murdering people. Protesters went so far as to hang posters around the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill campus mischaracterizing their congressman’s vote in …

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Roundup: We passed the bill!

Communications • May 5, 2017

Did you see this  ↑  fantastic selfie? We think it sums up how we’re feeling right now — excited! Because we did it, guys. The American Health Care Act is on its way to the Senate! After years of hearings and input and discussion, we’ve put together a bill that will help Americans recover from …

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McMorris Rodgers in The Washington Post: My son has a pre-existing condition. He’s one of the reasons I voted for the AHCA.

Communications • May 5, 2017

For all of us, health care is personal. In a heartfelt op-ed today in The Washington Post, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) explains how the American Health Care Act protects people with pre-existing conditions. Chair McMorris Rodgers’s Op-ed: Hearing late-night host Jimmy Kimmel’s emotional monologue this week about his son’s condition and …

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A moment seven years in the making

Communications • May 4, 2017

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement after the House passed the American Health Care Act. Visit passthebill.gop for more information. “Seven years ago, I stood on the floor of the House and watched Obamacare pass. I will never forget the feeling — watching as, with each vote cast, the …

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No Exemptions for Congress: McMorris Rodgers Votes for Equal Treatment under AHCA

Communications • May 4, 2017

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement after the House passed legislation introduced by Rep. Martha McSally (R-AZ) to ensure Members of Congress and their staff are treated the same way as everyone else under the American Health Care Act. “Members of Congress and congressional staff should live by the …

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Roundup: Live from Media Row, it’s House GOP!

Communications • March 22, 2017

The Rules Committee is currently working on the American Health Care Act, the first phase in our three-phase process to repeal Obamacare and replace it with a 21st Century health care system that puts the American people — not the federal government — in charge of their health care. The bill, which has growing support, …

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Media Roundup: Obamacare, we’re comin’ for ya!

Communications • March 21, 2017

President Trump joined us this morning to promote the American Health Care Act. His timing couldn’t have been better — the bill is quickly approaching a floor vote, with the Rules Committee taking it up tomorrow. Last night, Chairmen Walden and Brady announced updates to the text, incorporating ideas from their colleagues. We’re wasting no …

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Media Roundup: Spring Has Sprung, and House Republicans are Springing Into Action with AHCA

Communications • March 20, 2017

Today may be the official first day of Spring, but House Republicans have been “springing” ( ←  see what we did there?) into action ever since Obamacare was rammed through Congress seven years ago this week. In that very moment, before the ink even had a chance to dry, we made a promise to the …

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