Four HPAE members speak out on why the bills to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would be so harmful to our patients.
HPAE joined hundreds of people last night in Willingboro, NJ to protest Congressman Tom MacArthur's role in crafting legislation passed by the House of Representatives that "repeals and replaces" the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
At the weekly "Tuesdays with Toomey" action, Temple-Episcopal RN and Local 5106 VP Sue Clements spoke to the crowd outside U.S. Senator Pat Toomey's office in the city, calling on the senator to protect addiction rehabilitation services provided by the
House Republican leaders, facing a revolt among conservatives and moderates in their ranks, pulled legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act from consideration on the House floor Friday in a major defeat for President Trump on the first legislative showdown
Local 5106 VP Sue Clements participated in a “Tuesdays with Toomey” (Pat Toomey is the Republican Senator from Pennsylvania) rally in Philadelphia to highlight how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has expanded and improved medical services for children—the same services that
An analysis by the American Federation of Teachers of the House Republican/Trump plan to replace and repeal the Affordable Care Act reveals that the plan will cause 800,000 New Jerseyans to lose health insurance.
The lowest-income New Jerseyans of all ages, and most of those 60 and older, regardless of income, would be the biggest losers under the Republican plan to amend the Affordable Care Act, according to a nonpartisan analysis of the issue.
House Republicans’ proposal to rewrite federal health-care law would more than reverse the gains the Affordable Care Act has made in the number of Americans with health insurance.
Congressional Republicans have unveiled legislation to "repeal and replace" the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The American Healthcare Act (AHCA) will cause millions of people to lose their insurance and raise healthcare costs for working people and seniors.
HPAE President Ann Twomey responded today to the Congressional Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act. This plan will take away health coverage for millions of patients, while providing large tax cuts for the very wealthy and pharmaceutical and
Last night, Inspira RN and Local 5131 Rep Karen Johnson presented a resolution to the Cumberland County Freeholder Board to urge Congress and the President not to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) without having an adequate replacement for the
A draft House Republican repeal bill would dismantle the Obamacare subsidies and scrap its Medicaid expansion, according to a copy of the proposal obtained by POLITICO.
Hundreds of concerned citizens came to a rally in Philadelphia on Saturday to defend the gains we've made in providing healthcare benefits to millions of previously uninsured Americans through the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Repealing the federal Affordable Care Act would have a direct impact on more than 1 million New Jersey residents — and could even kill nearly 800 of them over the next 12 years.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney hosted a forum at the Community Health and Literacy Center to support preserving the Affordable Care Act in Philadelphia and across the country.