ACA repeal by the numbers sherrodbrown.com


900,000 — the number of Ohioans who are at risk of losing coverage under the newly-passed House Republican healthcare plan.

200,000 — the number of Ohioans currently receiving care for opioid addictions who could lose coverage.

150 — the number of people we need to take action today. And it starts with you carmen.

The ACA repeal plan comes to the Senate next. We have to show that we’re going to fight to keep it from reaching President Trump’s desk.

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I have another number for you — 90. Pre-existing conditions, that is.

AIDS/HIV
Acid reflux
Acne
ADD
Addiction
Alzheimer’s
Anemia
Aneurysm
Angioplasty
Anorexia
Anxiety
Arrhythmia
Arthritis
Asthma
Atrial fibrillation
Autism
Bariatric surgery
Basal cell carcinoma
Bipolar disorder
Blood clot
Breast cancer
Bulimia
Bypass surgery
Celiac disease
Cerebral aneurysm
Cerebral palsy
Cerebral thrombosis
Cervical cancer
Colon cancer
Colon polyps
Congestive heart failure
COPD
Crohn’s disease
Cystic fibrosis
Cerebral embolism
Depression
Diabetes
Disabilities
DMD
Down syndrome
Eating disorder
Enlarged prostate
Epilepsy
Glaucoma
Gout
Heart disease
Heart murmur
Heartburn
Hemophilia
Hepatitis C
Herpes
High cholesterol
Hypertension
Hysterectomy
Kidney disease
Kidney stones
Kidney transplant
Leukemia
Lung cancer
Lupus
Lymphoma
Mental health issues
Migraines
MS
Muscular dystrophy
Narcolepsy
Nasal polyps
Obesity
OCD
Organ transplant
Osteoporosis
Pacemaker
Panic disorder
Paralysis
Paraplegia
Parkinson’s disease
Pregnancy
Restless leg syndrome
Schizophrenia
Seizures
Sickle cell disease
Skin cancer
Sleep apnea
Sleep disorders
Stent
Stroke
Thyroid issues
Tooth disease
Tuberculosis
Ulcers

Do you have or know anyone who has one of these?

These are just some of the pre-existing conditions insurance companies could discriminate against. The Kaiser Family Foundation estimates roughly 28 percent of non-elderly Ohioans had pre-existing conditions covered under the Affordable Care Act in 2015.

That’s over 1.9 MILLION people in Ohio alone who stand to see their premiums soar because of conditions for which they desperately need care.

Republicans think passing their ACA repeal is a win — but the truth is, it’s a huge loss for all Americans. Let’s make sure we have the resources to continue fighting this plan as it goes along.

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Thank you,

Sherrod

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