Millions of Seniors are Counting on Congress to Protect Medicare

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The Affordable Care Act: Now We Know...

Could you keep your health care plan?
NO... Millions of Americans have lost their coverage due to ACA.

Could you keep your doctor?
NO... Millions of Americans had to pay extra or lost their doctor.

Could premiums go down for middle-income Americans?
NO... Premiums increased up to 41% from 2013-2014.

Would families making less than $250,000 per year have their taxes raised?
... The ACA has 18 separate tax hikes, fees and penalties, all hitting the middle class.

Is Medicare protected?
... The ACA cuts Medicare by an estimated $716 billion.

Bipartisan legislation has been introduced in Congress to repeal the IPAB and protect Medicare.

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Once Nancy Pelosi and the liberals in Congress passed the Affordable Care Act, Americans found out what was in it:

We couldn't keep our plans or even our doctors.

Premiums skyrocketed with double digit increases.

Health care exchanges collapsed and patients lost choice of plans.

More than a trillion dollars in new taxes, driving up the cost of health care.

It's time for Congress to fulfill its promise by repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act with a quality, affordable, patient-centered health care plan.

"We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it."

Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi
March 9, 2010


It's Time to Move Forward With the Republicans’ New Plan for the Patient-Centered Care We Need.

Call Congress Today at 
(202) 224-3121.

 Urge Them to Act Now to Repeal the IPAB. 

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Over 55 million Americans rely on Medicare for quality healthcare.

But, if Congress doesn't act, the Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) will threaten Medicare with significant arbitrary funding cuts, restricting patient access to doctors and to the essential treatments they need.

More than 750 organizations

representing patients, healthcare providers, employers, veterans and individuals with disabilities

are urging Congress to take action to stop these devastating Medicare cuts by repealing this misguided law.


Call now to ask Congress to repeal the Independent Payment Advisory Board which could threaten Medicare with arbitrary funding cuts, restricting patient access to doctors and to the essential treatments they need.