ACTION ALERT: CALL YOUR U.S. SENATORS TODAY AND ASK THEM TO OPPOSE GRAHAM-CASSIDY

The Senate is again debating legislation that would repeal major provisions of the ACA/Obamacare, restructure the Medicaid program, impose huge funding cuts and gut pre-existing condition protections.  Spearheaded by Senators Graham (R-SC) and Cassidy (R-LA), this legislation would be devastating to people who need addiction and mental health careGraham-Cassidy would result in tens of millions of people losing their health insurance and strip away coverage and protections for people needing addiction and mental health care.

A vote on the Graham-Cassidy ACA/Obamacare repeal legislation could be scheduled for next week.  Please call your U.S. Senators today through the following toll-free number, 888-852-0653, to ask them to vote against Graham-Cassidy.

The following Senators are particularly important to contact:

Senator Murkowski (Alaska) Senator Collins (Maine)
Senators Flake and McCain (Arizona) Senator Heller (Nevada)
Senators Cotton and Boozman (Arkansas) Senator Tillis (North Carolina)
Senator Gardner (Colorado) Senator Hoeven (North Dakota)
Senators Ernst and Grassley (Iowa) Senator Portman (Ohio)
Senator Young (Indiana) Senator Rounds (South Dakota)
Senator Moran (Kansas) Senators Alexander and Corker (Tennessee)
Senator Capito (West Virginia)

Sample call script:                               

 

I am a constituent from Senator _____’s state and am calling to urge him/her to vote NO on the Graham-Cassidy health care repeal bill. Graham-Cassidy would be devastating for people in our state who need lifesaving addiction and mental health care and would cause millions to lose coverage. I strongly urge the Senator to vote NO on Graham-Cassidy.

Thank you for your continued work to protect good coverage for and access to addiction and mental health care! Please call us at Legal Action Center (202-544-5478) with any questions.

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