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Speak Out Now to Defend Millions of Americans’ Access to Care

The House of Representatives just voted to pass the worst bill for women in a generation — and to put millions of Americans one step closer to losing their health care coverage.

Paul Ryan and his out-of-touch allies — by a narrow vote of 217 to 213 — forced through their disastrous scheme to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and block patients from accessing birth control and cancer screenings at Planned Parenthood health centers. Our last chance of stopping what could become an unprecedented disaster for American health care may be in the Senate.

Lawmakers need to hear the outrage and anger provoked by this attack on our care. Speak out now: Read our list of representatives in favor of this dangerous bill, and if you see your House member, tell them we will not forget that they stripped our access to care — and will not forgive:


How did your Rep. Vote?

Voted Yes to Repeal the ACA and block access to health care (click to expand)
Alabama-1 Bradley Byrne (R) @RepByrne
Alabama-2 Martha Roby (R) @RepMarthaRoby
Alabama-3 Mike Rogers (R) @RepMikeRogersAL
Alabama-4 Robert Aderholt (R) @Robert_Aderholt
Alabama-5 Mo Brooks (R) @RepMoBrooks
Alabama-6 Gary Palmer (R) @USRepGaryPalmer
Alaska, At-Large District Don Young (R) @repdonyoung
Arizona-2 Martha McSally (R) @RepMcSally
Arizona-4 Paul Gosar (R) @RepGosar
Arizona-6 David Schweikert (R) @RepDavid
Arkansas-1 Rick Crawford (R) @RepRickCrawford
Arkansas-2 French Hill (R) @RepFrenchHill
Arkansas-3 Steve Womack (R) @rep_stevewomack
Arkansas-4 Bruce Westerman (R) @RepWesterman
California-1 Doug LaMalfa (R) @RepLaMalfa
California-10 Jeff Denham (R) @RepJeffDenham
California-21 David G. Valadao (R) @dgvaladao
California-22 Devin Nunes (R) @DevinNunes
California-23 Kevin McCarthy (R) @GOPLeader
California-25 Stephen Knight (R) @SteveKnight25
California-39 Edward Royce (R) @RepEdRoyce
California-4 Tom McClintock (R) @RepMcClintock
California-42 Ken Calvert (R) @KenCalvert
California-45 Mimi Walters (R) @RepMimiWalters ‏
California-48 Dana Rohrabacher (R) @DanaRohrabacher
California-49 Darrell Issa (R) @DarrellIssa
California-50 Duncan Hunter (R) @Rep_Hunter
California-8 Paul Cook (R) @RepPaulCook
Colorado-3 Scott Tipton (R) @RepTipton
Colorado-4 Ken Buck (R) @RepKenBuck
Colorado-5 Doug Lamborn (R) @RepDLamborn
Florida-1 Matt Gaetz (R) @mattgaetz
Florida-11 Daniel Webster (R) @RepWebster
Florida-12 Gus M. Bilirakis (R) @RepGusBilirakis ‏
Florida-15 Dennis A. Ross (R) @RepDennisRoss
Florida-16 Vern Buchanan (R) @VernBuchanan
Florida-17 Thomas J. Rooney (R) @TomRooney
Florida-18 Brian Mast (R) @RepBrianMast
Florida-19 Francis Rooney (R) @RepRooney
Florida-2 Neal Dunn (R) @DrNealDunnFL2
Florida-25 Mario Diaz-Balart (R) @MarioDB ‏
Florida-26 Carlos Curbelo (R) @RepCurbelo
Florida-3 Ted Yoho (R) @RepTedYoho
Florida-4 John Rutherford (R) @RepRutherfordFL
Florida-6 Ron DeSantis (R) @RepDeSantis
Florida-8 Bill Posey (R) @congbillposey
Georgia-1 Earl "Buddy" Carter (R) @RepBuddyCarter
Georgia-10 Jody Hice (R) @CongressmanHice
Georgia-11 Barry Loudermilk (R) @RepLoudermilk
Georgia-12 Rick Allen (R) @RepRickAllen
Georgia-14 Tom Graves (R) @RepTomGraves
Georgia-3 Drew Ferguson (R) @RepDrewFerguson
Georgia-7 Rob Woodall (R) @RepRobWoodall
Georgia-8 Austin Scott (R) @AustinScottGA08
Georgia-9 Doug Collins (R) @RepDougCollins
Idaho-1 Raul R. Labrador (R) @Raul_Labrador
Idaho-2 Michael K. Simpson (R) @CongMikeSimpson ‏
Illinois-12 Mike Bost (R) @RepBost
Illinois-13 Rodney Davis (R) @RodneyDavis
Illinois-14 Randy Hultgren (R) @RepHultgren
Illinois-15 John Shimkus (R) @RepShimkus
Illinois-16 Adam Kinzinger (R) @RepKinzinger
Illinois-18 Darin LaHood (R) @RepLaHood
Illinois-6 Peter J. Roskam (R) @PeterRoskam
Indiana-2 Jackie Walorski (R) @RepWalorski
Indiana-3 Jim Banks (R) @RepJimBanks
Indiana-4 Todd Rokita (R) @ToddRokita
Indiana-5 Susan Brooks (R) @SusanWBrooks
Indiana-6 Luke Messer (R) @RepLukeMesser
Indiana-8 Larry Bucshon (R) @RepLarryBucshon
Indiana-9 Trey Hollingsworth (R) @RepTrey
Iowa-1 Rod Blum (R) @RepRodBlum
Iowa-3 David Young (R) @RepDavidYoung
Iowa-4 Steve King (R) @SteveKingIA
Kansas-1 Roger Marshall (R) @RogerMarshallMD
Kansas-2 Lynn Jenkins (R) @RepLynnJenkins
Kansas-3 Kevin Yoder (R) @RepKevinYoder
Kentucky-1 James Comer Jr. (R) @KYComer
Kentucky-2 Brett Guthrie (R) @RepGuthrie
Kentucky-5 Hal Rogers (R) @RepHalRogers
Kentucky-6 Andy Barr (R) @RepAndyBarr
Louisiana-1 Steve Scalise (R) @SteveScalise
Louisiana-3 Clay Higgins (R) @CaptClayHiggins
Louisiana-4 Mike Johnson (R) @RepMikeJohnson
Louisiana-5 Ralph Abraham (R) @RepAbraham
Louisiana-6 Garret Graves (R) @RepGarretGraves
Maine-2 Bruce Poliquin (R) @RepPoliquin
Maryland-1 Andy Harris (R) @RepAndyHarrisMD
Michigan-1 Jack Bergman (R) @RepJackBergman
Michigan-10 Paul Mitchell (R) @RepPaulMitchell
Michigan-11 David Trott (R) @repdavetrott
Michigan-2 Bill Huizenga (R) @RepHuizenga
Michigan-3 Justin Amash (R) @justinamash
Michigan-4 John Moolenaar (R) @RepMoolenaar
Michigan-6 Fred Upton (R) @RepFredUpton
Michigan-7 Tim Walberg (R) @RepWalberg
Michigan-8 Mike Bishop (R) @RepMikeBishop
Minnesota-2 Jason Lewis (R) @RepJasonLewis
Minnesota-3 Erik Paulsen (R) @RepErikPaulsen
Minnesota-6 Tom Emmer (R) @RepTomEmmer
Mississippi-1 Trent Kelly (R) @RepTrentKelly
Mississippi-3 Gregg Harper (R) @GreggHarper
Mississippi-4 Steven Palazzo (R) @CongPalazzo
Missouri-2 Ann Wagner (R) @RepAnnWagner ‏
Missouri-3 Blaine Luetkemeyer (R) @RepBlainePress
Missouri-4 Vicky Hartzler (R) @RepHartzler
Missouri-6 Sam Graves (R) @RepSamGraves
Missouri-7 Billy Long (R) @USRepLong
Missouri-8 Jason Smith (R) @RepJasonSmith
Nebraska-1 Jeffrey Fortenberry (R) @JeffFortenberry ‏
Nebraska-2 Don Bacon (R) @RepDonBacon
Nebraska-3 Adrian Smith (R) @RepAdrianSmith
Nevada-2 Mark Amodei (R) @MarkAmodeiNV2
New Jersey-11 Rodney Frelinghuysen (R) @USRepRodney
New Jersey-3 Tom MacArthur (R) @RepTomMacArthur
New Mexico-2 Steve Pearce (R) @RepStevePearce
New York-1 Lee Zeldin (R) @RepLeeZeldin
New York-19 John Faso (R) @RepJohnFaso
New York-2 Peter T. King (R) @RepPeteKing
New York-21 Elise Stefanik (R) @RepStefanik
New York-22 Claudia Tenney (R) @RepTenney
New York-23 Tom Reed (R) @RepTomReed
New York-27 Chris Collins (R) @RepChrisCollins
North Carolina-10 Patrick T. McHenry (R) @PatrickMcHenry
North Carolina-11 Mark Meadows (R) @RepMarkMeadows
North Carolina-13 Ted Budd (R) @RepTedBudd
North Carolina-2 George E.B. Holding (R) @RepHolding
North Carolina-5 Virginia Foxx (R) @virginiafoxx
North Carolina-6 Mark Walker (R) @RepMarkWalker
North Carolina-7 David Rouzer (R) @RepDavidRouzer
North Carolina-8 Richard Hudson (R) @RepRichHudson
North Carolina-9 Robert Pittenger (R) @reppittenger
North Dakota, At-Large District Kevin Cramer (R) @RepKevinCramer
Ohio-1 Steve Chabot (R) @RepSteveChabot
Ohio-12 Patrick J. Tiberi (R) @PatTiberi
Ohio-15 Steve Stivers (R) @RepSteveStivers
Ohio-16 James B. Renacci (R) @RepJimRenacci
Ohio-2 Brad Wenstrup (R) @RepBradWenstrup
Ohio-4 Jim Jordan (R) @Jim_Jordan
Ohio-5 Robert E. Latta (R) @boblatta
Ohio-6 Bill Johnson (R) @RepBillJohnson
Ohio-7 Bob Gibbs (R) @RepBobGibbs
Ohio-8 Warren Davidson (R) @WarrenDavidson
Oklahoma-1 Jim Bridenstine (R) @RepJBridenstine
Oklahoma-2 Markwayne Mullin (R) @RepMullin
Oklahoma-3 Frank D. Lucas (R) @RepFrankLucas
Oklahoma-4 Tom Cole (R) @TomColeOK04
Oklahoma-5 Steve Russell (R) @RepRussell
Oregon-2 Greg Walden (R) @repgregwalden
Pennsylvania-10 Tom Marino (R) @RepTomMarino
Pennsylvania-11 Lou Barletta (R) @RepLouBarletta
Pennsylvania-12 Keith Rothfus (R) @KeithRothfus
Pennsylvania-16 Lloyd Smucker (R) @RepSmucker
Pennsylvania-18 Tim Murphy (R) @RepTimMurphy
Pennsylvania-3 Mike Kelly (R) @MikeKellyPA
Pennsylvania-4 Scott Perry (R) @RepScottPerry
Pennsylvania-5 Glenn Thompson (R) @CongressmanGT
Pennsylvania-9 Bill Shuster (R) @RepBillShuster
South Carolina-1 Mark Sanford (R) @RepSanfordSC
South Carolina-2 Joe Wilson (R) @RepJoeWilson
South Carolina-3 Jeff Duncan (R) @RepJeffDuncan
South Carolina-4 Trey Gowdy (R) @TGowdySC
South Carolina-7 Tom Rice (R) @RepTomRice
South Dakota, At-Large District Kristi L. Noem (R) @RepKristiNoem
Tennessee-1 Phil Roe (R) @DrPhilRoe
Tennessee-2 John J. Duncan, Jr. (R) @RepJohnDuncanJr
Tennessee-3 Charles J. Fleischmann (R) @RepChuck
Tennessee-4 Scott DesJarlais (R) @DesJarlaisTN04
Tennessee-6 Diane Black (R) @RepDianeBlack
Tennessee-7 Marsha Blackburn (R) @MarshaBlackburn
Tennessee-8 David Kustoff (R) @repdavidkustoff
Texas-1 Louis B. "Louie" Gohmert Jr. (R) @replouiegohmert
Texas-10 Michael McCaul (R) @RepMcCaul
Texas-11 Mike Conaway (R) @ConawayTX11
Texas-12 Kay Granger (R) @RepKayGranger
Texas-13 Mac Thornberry (R) @MacTXPress
Texas-14 Randy Weber (R) @TXRandy14
Texas-17 Bill Flores (R) @RepBillFlores
Texas-19 Jodey Arrington (R) @RepArrington
Texas-2 Ted Poe (R) @JudgeTedPoe
Texas-21 Lamar Smith (R) @LamarSmithTX21
Texas-22 Pete Olson (R) @RepPeteOlson
Texas-24 Kenny Marchant (R) @RepKenMarchant
Texas-25 Roger Williams (R) @RepRWilliams
Texas-26 Michael C. Burgess (R) @michaelcburgess
Texas-27 Blake Farenthold (R) @farenthold
Texas-3 Sam Johnson (R) @SamsPressShop
Texas-31 John Carter (R)
Texas-32 Pete Sessions (R) @PeteSessions
Texas-36 Brian Babin (R) @RepBrianBabin
Texas-4 John Ratcliffe (R) @RepRatcliffe
Texas-5 Jeb Hensarling (R) @RepHensarling
Texas-6 Joe Barton (R) @RepJoeBarton
Texas-7 John Culberson (R) @CongCulberson
Texas-8 Kevin Brady (R) @RepKevinBrady
U.S. House Arizona-8 Trent Franks (R) @RepTrentFranks
Utah-1 Rob Bishop (R) @RepRobBishop
Utah-2 Chris Stewart (R) @RepChrisStewart
Utah-3 Jason Chaffetz (R) @jasoninthehouse
Utah-4 Mia Love (R) @RepMiaLove
Virginia-1 Rob Wittman (R) @RobWittman
Virginia-2 Scott Taylor (R) @RepScottTaylor
Virginia-5 Thomas Garrett (R) @Rep_Tom_Garrett
Virginia-6 Bob Goodlatte (R) @RepGoodlatte
Virginia-7 David Brat (R) @RepDaveBrat
Virginia-9 Morgan Griffith (R) @RepMGriffith
Washington-4 Dan Newhouse (R) @RepNewhouse
Washington-5 Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R) @cathymcmorris
West Virginia-1 David McKinley (R) @RepMcKinley
West Virginia-2 Alexander Mooney (R) @RepAlexMooney
West Virginia-3 Evan Jenkins (R) @RepEvanJenkins
Wisconsin-1 Paul Ryan (R) @SpeakerRyan
Wisconsin-5 Jim Sensenbrenner (R) @JimPressOffice
Wisconsin-6 Glenn Grothman (R) @RepGrothman
Wisconsin-7 Sean Duffy (R) @RepSeanDuffy
Wisconsin-8 Mike Gallagher (R) @RepGallagher
Wyoming, At-Large District Liz Cheney (R) @RepLizCheney
Voted No to Protect Access to Health Care (click to expand)
Alabama-7 Terri Sewell (D) @RepTerriSewell
Arizona-1 Tom O'Halleran (D) @RepOHalleran
Arizona-3 Raul Grijalva (D) @RepRaulGrijalva
Arizona-5 Andy Biggs (R) @RepAndyBiggsAZ
Arizona-7 Ruben Gallego (D) @RepRubenGallego
Arizona-9 Kyrsten Sinema (D) @RepSinema
California-11 Mark DeSaulnier (D) @RepDeSaulnier
California-12 Nancy Pelosi (D) @NancyPelosi
California-13 Barbara Lee (D) @RepBarbaraLee
California-14 Jackie Speier (D) @RepSpeier
California-15 Eric Swalwell (D) @RepSwalwell
California-16 Jim Costa (D) @RepJimCosta
California-17 Ro Khanna (D) @RepRoKhanna
California-18 Anna Eshoo (D) @RepAnnaEshoo
California-19 Zoe Lofgren (D) @RepZoeLofgren
California-2 Jared Huffman (D) @RepHuffman
California-20 Jimmy Panetta (D) @RepJimmyPanetta
California-24 Salud Carbajal (D) @RepCarbajal
California-26 Julia Brownley (D) @JuliaBrownley26
California-27 Judy Chu (D) @RepJudyChu
California-28 Adam Schiff (D) @RepAdamSchiff
California-29 Tony Cardenas (D) @RepCardenas
California-3 John Garamendi (D) @RepGaramendi
California-30 Brad Sherman (D) @BradSherman
California-31 Pete Aguilar (D) @RepPeteAguilar
California-32 Grace Napolitano (D) @gracenapolitano
California-33 Ted Lieu (D) @RepTedLieu
California-35 Norma Torres (D) @NormaJTorres
California-36 Raul Ruiz (D) @CongressmanRuiz
California-37 Karen Bass (D) @RepKarenBass
California-38 Linda Sanchez (D) @RepLindaSanchez
California-40 Lucille Roybal-Allard (D) @RepRoybalAllard ‏
California-41 Mark Takano (D) @RepMarkTakano
California-43 Maxine Waters (D) @MaxineWaters
California-44 Nanette Barragan (D) @RepBarragan
California-46 Lou Correa (D) @RepLouCorrea
California-47 Alan Lowenthal (D) @RepLowenthal
California-5 Mike Thompson (D) @RepThompson
California-51 Juan Vargas (D) @RepJuanVargas
California-52 Scott Peters (D) @RepScottPeters
California-53 Susan Davis (D) @RepSusanDavis
California-6 Doris Matsui (D) @DorisMatsui
California-7 Ami Bera (D) @RepBera
California-9 Jerry McNerney (D) @RepMcNerney
Colorado-1 Diana DeGette (D) @RepDianaDeGette
Colorado-2 Jared Polis (D) @RepJaredPolis
Colorado-6 Mike Coffman (R) @RepMikeCoffman
Colorado-7 Ed Perlmutter (D) @RepPerlmutter
Connecticut-1 John Larson (D) @RepJohnLarson
Connecticut-2 Joe Courtney (D) @RepJoeCourtney
Connecticut-3 Rosa L. DeLauro (D) @rosadelauro
Connecticut-4 Jim Himes (D) @jahimes
Connecticut-5 Elizabeth Esty (D) @RepEsty
Delaware, At-Large District Lisa Blunt Rochester (D) @RepBRochester
Florida-10 Val Demings (D) @RepValDemings
Florida-13 Charlie Crist (D) @RepCharlieCrist
Florida-14 Kathy Castor (D) @USRepKCastor
Florida-20 Alcee L. Hastings (D) @RepHastingsFL
Florida-21 Lois Frankel (D) @RepLoisFrankel
Florida-22 Theodore E. Deutch (D) @RepTedDeutch
Florida-23 Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) @DWStweets ‏
Florida-24 Frederica S. Wilson (D) @RepWilson
Florida-27 Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R) @RosLehtinen
Florida-5 Alfred Lawson (D) @RepAlLawsonJr
Florida-7 Stephanie Murphy (D) @RepStephMurphy
Florida-9 Darren Soto (D) @RepDarrenSoto
Georgia-13 David Scott (D) @repdavidscott
Georgia-2 Sanford Bishop, Jr (D) @SanfordBishop
Georgia-4 Hank Johnson (D) @RepHankJohnson
Georgia-5 John Lewis (D) @repjohnlewis
Hawaii-1 Colleen Hanabusa (D) @RepHanabusa
Hawaii-2 Tulsi Gabbard (D) @TulsiPress
Illinois-1 Bobby L. Rush (D) @RepBobbyRush
Illinois-10 Brad Schneider (D) @RepSchneider
Illinois-11 Bill Foster (D) @RepBillFoster
Illinois-17 Cheri Bustos (D) @RepCheri
Illinois-2 Robin Kelly (D) @RepRobinKelly
Illinois-3 Daniel Lipinski (D) @RepLipinski
Illinois-4 Luis V. Gutierrez (D) @RepGutierrez
Illinois-5 Mike Quigley (D) @RepMikeQuigley
Illinois-7 Danny K. Davis (D) @RepDannyDavis
Illinois-8 Raja Krishnamoorthi (D) @CongressmanRaja
Illinois-9 Jan Schakowsky (D) @janschakowsky
Indiana-1 Peter J. Visclosky (D) @RepVisclosky ‏
Indiana-7 Andre Carson (D) @AndreCarson
Iowa-2 Dave Loebsack (D) @daveloebsack
Kentucky-3 John A. Yarmuth (D) @RepJohnYarmuth
Kentucky-4 Thomas Massie (R) @RepThomasMassie
Louisiana-2 Cedric Richmond (D) @RepRichmond
Maine-1 Chellie Pingree (D) @chelliepingree
Maryland-2 Dutch Ruppersberger (D) @Call_Me_Dutch
Maryland-3 John Sarbanes (D) @RepSarbanes
Maryland-4 Anthony G. Brown (D) @RepAnthonyBrown
Maryland-5 Steny Hoyer (D) @WhipHoyer
Maryland-6 John Delaney (D) @RepJohnDelaney
Maryland-7 Elijah Cummings (D) @RepCummings
Maryland-8 Jamie Raskin (D) @RepRaskin
Massachusetts-1 Richard Neal (D) @RepRichardNeal
Massachusetts-2 Jim McGovern (D) @RepMcGovern
Massachusetts-3 Niki Tsongas (D) @nikiinthehouse
Massachusetts-4 Joseph Kennedy III (D) @RepJoeKennedy
Massachusetts-5 Katherine Clark (D) @RepKClark
Massachusetts-6 Seth Moulton (D) @sethmoulton
Massachusetts-7 Michael Capuano (D) @RepMikeCapuano
Massachusetts-8 Stephen Lynch (D) @RepStephenLynch
Massachusetts-9 Bill Keating (D) @USRepKeating
Michigan-12 Debbie Dingell (D) @RepDebDingell
Michigan-13 John Conyers, Jr. (D) @RepJohnConyers
Michigan-14 Brenda Lawrence (D) @RepLawrence
Michigan-5 Dan Kildee (D) @RepDanKildee
Michigan-9 Sandy Levin (D) @repsandylevin
Minnesota-1 Tim Walz (D) @RepTimWalz
Minnesota-4 Betty McCollum (D) @BettyMcCollum04
Minnesota-5 Keith Ellison (D) @keithellison
Minnesota-7 Collin Peterson (D)
Minnesota-8 Rick Nolan (D) @USRepRickNolan
Mississippi-2 Bennie Thompson (D) @BennieGThompson ‏
Missouri-1 William Lacy Clay (D)
Missouri-5 Emanuel Cleaver (D) @repcleaver
Nevada-1 Dina Titus (D) @repdinatitus
Nevada-3 Jacky Rosen (D) @RepJackyRosen
Nevada-4 Ruben J. Kihuen (D) @RepKihuen
New Hampshire-1 Carol Shea-Porter (D) @RepSheaPorter
New Hampshire-2 Annie Kuster (D) @RepAnnieKuster
New Jersey-1 Donald Norcross (D) @DonaldNorcross
New Jersey-10 Donald Payne, Jr. (D) @RepDonaldPayne
New Jersey-12 Bonnie Watson Coleman (D) @RepBonnie
New Jersey-2 Frank LoBiondo (R) @RepLoBiondo
New Jersey-4 Chris Smith (R) @RepChrisSmith
New Jersey-5 Josh Gottheimer (D) @RepJoshG
New Jersey-6 Frank Pallone (D) @FrankPallone
New Jersey-7 Leonard Lance (R) @RepLanceNJ7
New Jersey-8 Albio Sires (D) @RepSires
New Jersey-9 Bill Pascrell (D) @BillPascrell
New Mexico-1 Michelle Lujan Grisham (D) @RepLujanGrisham
New Mexico-3 Ben Ray Lujan (D) @repbenraylujan
New York-10 Jerrold Nadler (D) @RepJerryNadler
New York-11 Daniel Donovan (R) @RepDanDonovan
New York-12 Carolyn B. Maloney (D) @RepMaloney
New York-13 Adriano Espaillat (D) @RepEspaillat
New York-14 Joseph Crowley (D) @repjoecrowley
New York-15 José E. Serrano (D) @RepJoseSerrano
New York-16 Eliot Engel (D) @RepEliotEngel
New York-17 Nita Lowey (D) @NitaLowey
New York-18 Sean Maloney (D) @RepSeanMaloney
New York-20 Paul Tonko (D) @RepPaulTonko ‏
New York-24 John Katko (R) @RepJohnKatko
New York-25 Louise Slaughter (D) @louiseslaughter
New York-26 Brian Higgins (D) @RepBrianHiggins
New York-3 Tom Suozzi (D) @RepTomSuozzi
New York-4 Kathleen M. Rice (D) @RepKathleenRice
New York-5 Gregory W. Meeks (D) @GregoryMeeks
New York-6 Grace Meng (D) @RepGraceMeng
New York-7 Nydia Velazquez (D) @NydiaVelazquez
New York-8 Hakeem Jeffries (D) @RepJeffries
New York-9 Yvette D. Clarke (D) @RepYvetteClarke
North Carolina-1 G.K. Butterfield (D) @GKButterfield
North Carolina-12 Alma Adams (D) @RepAdams
North Carolina-3 Walter B. Jones (R) @RepWalterJones
North Carolina-4 David Price (D) @RepDavidEPrice
Ohio-10 Michael R. Turner (R) @RepMikeTurner
Ohio-11 Marcia L. Fudge (D) @RepMarciaFudge
Ohio-13 Tim Ryan (D) @RepTimRyan
Ohio-14 David Joyce (R) @RepDaveJoyce
Ohio-3 Joyce Beatty (D) @RepBeatty
Ohio-9 Marcy Kaptur (D) @RepMarcyKaptur
Oregon-1 Suzanne Bonamici (D) @RepBonamici
Oregon-3 Earl Blumenauer (D) @repblumenauer
Oregon-4 Peter DeFazio (D) @RepPeterDeFazio
Oregon-5 Kurt Schrader (D) @RepSchrader
Pennsylvania-1 Robert Brady (D) @RepBrady
Pennsylvania-13 Brendan Boyle (D) @RepBrendanBoyle
Pennsylvania-14 Michael F. Doyle (D) @USRepMikeDoyle
Pennsylvania-15 Charles W. Dent (R) @RepCharlieDent
Pennsylvania-17 Matt Cartwright (D) @RepCartwright
Pennsylvania-2 Dwight Evans (D) @RepDwightEvans
Pennsylvania-6 Ryan Costello (R) @RepRyanCostello
Pennsylvania-7 Patrick Meehan (R) @RepMeehan
Pennsylvania-8 Brian Fitzpatrick (R) @RepBrianFitz
Rhode Island-1 David N. Cicilline (D) @RepCicilline
Rhode Island-2 Jim Langevin (D) @JimLangevin
South Carolina-6 James E. Clyburn (D) @Clyburn
Tennessee-5 Jim Cooper (D) @repjimcooper
Tennessee-9 Steve Cohen (D) @RepCohen
Texas-15 Vicente González (D)
Texas-16 Beto O'Rourke (D) @RepBetoORourke
Texas-18 Sheila Jackson Lee (D) @JacksonLeeTX18
Texas-20 Joaquin Castro (D) @JoaquinCastrotx
Texas-23 Will Hurd (R) @HurdOnTheHill
Texas-28 Henry Cuellar (D) @RepCuellar
Texas-29 Gene Green (D) @RepGeneGreen
Texas-30 Eddie Bernice Johnson (D) @RepEBJ
Texas-33 Marc Veasey (D) @RepVeasey
Texas-34 Filemon Vela (D) @RepFilemonVela
Texas-35 Lloyd Doggett (D) @RepLloydDoggett
Texas-9 Al Green (D) @RepAlGreen
Vermont, At-Large District Peter Welch (D) @PeterWelch
Virginia-10 Barbara Comstock (R) @RepComstock
Virginia-11 Gerry Connolly (D) @GerryConnolly
Virginia-3 Bobby Scott (D) @BobbyScott
Virginia-4 Donald McEachin (D) @RepMcEachin
Virginia-8 Don Beyer (D) @RepDonBeyer
Washington-1 Suzan DelBene (D) @RepDelBene
Washington-10 Denny Heck (D) @RepDennyHeck
Washington-2 Rick Larsen (D) @RepRickLarsen
Washington-3 Jaime Herrera Beutler (R) @HerreraBeutler
Washington-6 Derek Kilmer (D) @RepDerekKilmer
Washington-7 Pramila Jayapal (D) @RepJayapal
Washington-8 Dave Reichert (R) @davereichert
Washington-9 Adam Smith (D) @RepAdamSmith
Wisconsin-2 Mark Pocan (D) @repmarkpocan
Wisconsin-3 Ron Kind (D) @RepRonKind
Wisconsin-4 Gwen Moore (D) @RepGwenMoore


As Paul Ryan and his allies scrounged for votes to pass their scheme, its impact for women's health became worse at every step. Ryan's first draft included a provision to  block patients with low incomes from care at Planned Parenthood and essentially imposed a nationwide ban on private insurance coverage of abortion.

But the bill that emerged after weeks of frantic negotiation would also:

  • eliminate maternity care;

  • force new mothers on Medicaid to seek work soon after giving birth;

  • reduce access to no-copay birth control; and

  • kick millions of people off their insurance.

We can still stop this bill in the Senate — but only if elected officials feel the full force of our anger in this moment.

This is the fight of our lives. Health care for millions is in the balance. Tell your House member how you feel, right now — and then get ready to keep making your voice heard to stop this attack on our care.


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