The Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA), which is currently being considered in the U.S. Senate, will roll back many of the ACA’s consumer protections. It will make working families and the most vulnerable pay more for less and will once again put insurance out of reach for many older Kansans and those with pre-existing conditions.
That’s just wrong. In addition, BCRA will make devastating cuts to KanCare and prohibit Kansas from expanding the program to cover hardworking Kansans, protect our hospitals, and grow our economy.
To ensure Senators Moran and Roberts understand the stakes for Kansans, we encourage you to call their state offices and tell them BCRA will hurt Kansans.
Find the contact info for our Senators below.
|Senator||Office City||Office Phone|
|Pat Roberts||Dodge City||620-227-2244|
|Pat Roberts||Overland Park||913-451-9343|
Call our United States Senators.
I am calling to talk to you about an issue that is critical to me as a constituent and to many in our community: health care.
I am asking you to protect our interests in Kansas: Vote against any plan that makes coverage less affordable for millions of Americans and your constituents here in Kansas.
- Americans want Congress to improve the healthcare system. But this bill cuts health care for the most vulnerable Kansans to pay for hundreds of billions of dollars in tax breaks to the wealthy.
- Both the House and Senate bills kick millions of Americans off health insurance and bring back the threat of pre-existing conditions and lifetime limits.
- By ending Medicaid as we know it, you would hurt our ability in Kansas to protect the disabled and elderly, not to mention end our opportunity to partner with Congress to expand KanCare and cover hundereds of thousands of Kansans in the coverage gap.
I want to encourage you to vote against any and every attempt to pass a healthcare plan that makes coverage less affordable for millions of Americans. This bill benefit the wealthy and healthy at the expense of those who are low-income. This is unacceptable.
Thank you for your time and your efforts to make our state a great place to live and work.