Jimmy Kimmel speaks as a Dad

“Senator John Cassidy started telling people that any plan he supports would have to pass what he called ‘the Jimmy Kimmel test.’ And then he teamed up with Senator Lindsey Graham to write a bill that most definitely does not pass that test.

It doesn’t protect people from having their rates jacked up for pre-existing conditions, doesn’t prevent insurance companies from putting lifetime caps on how much they’ll spend on a person with medical issues, and it cuts a huge amount of money, maybe hundreds of billions of dollars in health care funding.

And Americans understandably, especially, do not like the idea of being priced out of insurance for a pre-existing condition.”

Source:  realclearpolitics.com

Some of the groups opposing Obamacare repeal with inadequate replace:

Source: Cooper.House.gov

Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum

American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees

National Physicians Alliance

National Partnership Women and Families:

National Disability Rights Network

American Public Health Association

America’s Hospitals and Health Systems

America’s Essential Hospitals

American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network

American Hospital Association & Federation of American Hospitals

American Medical Association


American Health Care Association (AHCA)

National Council of La Raza (NCLR)

National Committee to Preserve Social Security & Medicare

National Center for Transgender Equality

Catholic Health Association of the United States

American Federation of Teachers (AFT)

National Education Association

American Federation for Suicide Prevention

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

HIV Medicine Association

Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights


Children’s Defense Fund

Families USA

Consumers Union

Sister Simone Campbell, NETWORK Advocates for Catholic Social Justice

Young Invincibles

Planned Parenthood: One in five women in America has relied on Planned Parenthood, and their health care shouldn’t get caught up in congressional Republicans’ extreme agenda. This proposal would deny millions of women access to cancer screenings, birth control, and STD testing and treatment.

Source: Cooper.House.gov