Republican leaders are attacking healthcare once again

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Republican leaders are attacking healthcare once again

South Carolina’s GOP leaders are stepping up their attacks on struggling American families and workers—or anyone who relies on affordable, quality healthcare.

Can you step up to make a quick contribution so we can protect the people who receive help from these programs? Give $5, $15, $25, $50, or any amount you choose—it all helps the campaign immensely.

These recent efforts by the Republican Party to sue the federal government and abolish the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would take away health coverage for almost 225,000 South Carolinians. This is without a doubt state government at its most cynical and corrupt.

Rather than trying to tear down the ACA, our political leaders should be pressing Congress and the White House to expand Medicare, Medicaid, and finally fix problems like increasing premiums and the high cost of prescription medicine. Young families, middle-income adults, and struggling workers should not have to pay monthly premiums anywhere near $1700 or be expected to spend thousands of dollars on basic care or medicine.

South Carolina Republicans have already denied hundreds of thousands of South Carolinians easy access to health coverage by refusing to expand Medicaid, which would’ve added very little to the state budget.

However, they are once again reminding us that playing party politics and pandering to super-rich donors like the Koch brothers is far more important to them than the well-being of South Carolina residents and families WHO ARE THE ACTUAL FOUNDATION of our state economy.

Help me get to the South Carolina governorship so I can clean out our broken and corrupted state political system. Major reforms are coming, but first, we need to come together to build up more momentum. If you’re able to join and support the campaign, please make a contribution of $5, $15, $25, $50, $100, or any amount of your choosing.

– Phil Noble

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