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AGAIN with the health care attacks??

For years, Donald Trump and congressional Republicans have been clear that they're determined to take our health care away, regardless of who it hurts. But we've given them one hell of a fight. From standing up for reproductive choice to lowering prescription drug costs, we're marching on the streets and winning in courts. Everyone in this country deserves equal access to quality, affordable health care and together, we will achieve this goal!

But we've got a lot of work ahead of us. Congressional Republicans – not to mention Trump himself – have made no secret of their plan to keep trying to take away our coverage.

As we face our end of month fundraising deadline, I'm asking you to stand with me and defend our right to quality, affordable health care. Fuel the fight in 2020 by donating right now.

When Donald Trump and the National Republican Congressional Committee spend thousands of dollars to run ads attacking me and hand-pick a candidate to run against me, it sends a clear message that I'm fighting on the right side and making real progress.

We need to not only stand strong in the face of their attacks, but push back by expanding coverage to all Americans.

That means ensuring access to reproductive health care.

That means defending people with pre-existing conditions.

That means taking on Big Pharma to lower prescription drug prices.

Right now, it's more important than ever to stand up for what's right and fight for bold, progressive policies that take care of everyone in this country, not just the wealthy and well-connected.

Chip in before the deadline at midnight Saturday to step up the fight to protect our health care!


Posted on August 28, 2019.

As Independent as Oregon.

Peter DeFazio's common-sense proposals aim to create good-paying jobs, expand access to affordable health care and develop options outside of the for-profit marketplace, restore economic and educational opportunities, hold government accountable and tip the scales of inequality back in favor of hard-working Oregonians.

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