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Repeal and Replace

House Republicans look forward to Senate acting on health care

Communications • July 21, 2017

House Republicans have been hitting the airwaves, penning op-eds, and posting on social media to remind our colleagues of our promises to the American people — including the promise to repeal Obamacare and replace it with a 21st Century health care system that puts them — not the federal government — in charge of their …

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Rep. Mia Love (R-UT) on Fox Business: The House did our job. Now the Senate has to do theirs.

Communications • July 20, 2017

“I cannot tell you how frustrating it is to me when we were in the House working on the health care bill, trying to do everything we can to address, debate the issues, and we had people from the Senate coming over doing a press conference telling us what to do, how to do it. …

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Chair McMorris Rodgers on Squawk Box: “It’s a time for action”

Communications • July 20, 2017

This morning, House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) went on CNBC’s Squawk Box to highlight the House Republicans’ continued focus on the issues Americans care most about, including health care and tax reform. She also joined special guest co-host Arthur Brooks in emphasizing the importance of unity and how each representative has an …

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5 Ways House Republicans are Keeping Our Promises

Communications • July 6, 2017

As Speaker Ryan said, you may not always hear about it when it happens, but House Republicans have been hard at work keeping our promises.   Here are 5 ways we’ve been keeping our promises to the American people: We’ve passed health care reforms, including a bill to repeal/replace Obamacare We’ve reined in government overreach, …

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No, Obamacare failing is not the GOP’s fault

Communications • July 5, 2017

Since Obamacare was passed, House Republicans have been on a rescue mission. This 2,000+ page bill has been a nightmare. For seven years, Americans have seen broken promises, higher costs, and fewer choices.This unified Republican government has been hard at work to repeal Obamacare and replace it with a health care system that puts people …

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For the Sake of All That is Good and Ohio, Repeal Obamacare

Communications • June 8, 2017

It’s Thursday, so here’s a throwback for you ↑ This website and its disaster of a rollout were the crown jewel of government ineptitude and a sign of the Obamacare death spiral that was to come. For years, we’ve seen people losing their coverage, insurance companies dropping out of exchanges, and families left with few if …

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McMorris Rodgers in Roll Call: When Health Care Hits Home

Communications • May 31, 2017

House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) wants to empower people with disabilities and give them the opportunity for a better life. It’s one of the many reasons why she supported the American Health Care Act, and why she continues her work on disabilities, most recently by working on a package of legislation known …

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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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