If you believe that health care is just like any other free-market enterprise, then it's fine for millions of poor people to lose coverage.
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Handel will now represent her district in the House, where she will be able to add her voice to the chorus of Republicans seeking to repeal the Affordable Care Act and roll back access to reproductive health care.
A Republican bill winding its way through the legislature during a special session would further restrict access to abortion care, but political gridlock could endanger its passage.
“People with developmental disabilities, we are having to fight for our lives right now."
The health-care legislation was offered up as a radical solution to those who stand to lose coverage under the Republican repeal of Obamacare.
"J.P. Morgan’s parental leave policy is outdated and discriminates against both moms and dads by reinforcing the stereotype that raising children is women’s work, and that men’s work is to be the breadwinner."