AARP Members Stop Bad Health Care Bill — AARP
The U.S. Senate voted down a bill that would have raised premiums and stripped insurance from millions. AARP members contacted Congress nearly 3 million times to voice their opposition. We thank you and are proud to represent you in Washington.
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The Senate is about to vote on a bill that lets states dramatically increase costs for people like Sindy Benavides, an expectant mother with diabetes. Contact your Senator to vote no on the Senate health care bill. Call 844-222-0110.