Our health care is on the line, and we have to fight back.

Last night, in a stunning, reckless, and baseless two-sentence letter, the Trump administration’s Department of Justice announced it won’t defend any part of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).


Right now, there are three meaningful things that you can do to protect health care for millions while this makes its way through the courts:


  1. Pressure House Democrats to use their oversight and investigatory power to hold the Trump administration accountable for their sabotage.
  2. Keep calling to get your members of Congress to commit to building on the success of the ACA and lay the groundwork for a single-payer system.
  3. Organize, organize, organize to reverse the radical, conservative transformation of our judicial system (read: win in 2020).

The good news is that our team is working day in and day out to put resources and tools in the hands of Indivisibles across the country to build local power and do just that: hold members of Congress accountable for oversight, demand bold policy alternatives to Trump’s hateful agenda, and win in 2020.


The not-so-good news is that we’re working against the clock, and the administration isn’t showing any signs of slowing down. Your contribution can help us fight back.

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