Trump is cutting advertising funds for the Affordable Care Act (aka Obamacare) by 90 percent. What does this mean? A reduced budget makes it harder to new enrollees to find out about the program and get signed up for health care.
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Nine months ago, everything changed for me. I went from a social media activist to a person who shows up. I stepped out of my comfort zone and volunteered in a role that would become much more than I ever expected.
Women's March National put out the following statement:
We are horrified by today's violent acts in Charlottesville, Virginia. There are no 'both sides' here. Our nation’s leadership has intentionally appointed, promoted and empowered people with unabashed white supremacist and neo-Nazi stances.
You’ve made phone calls, written postcards, attended marches and rallies, donated, educated yourself and others, and built a movement.
We still have a lot of work to do as we uphold our eight unity principles: ending violence, reproductive rights, LGBTQIA rights, workers rights, civil rights, rights for people with disabilities, immigrant rights and environmental justice.