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Join Renee C. in signing this petition.

To: US Supreme Court

Don't kill me and MY AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE! 1 in 3 Americans have pre-existing condition

Don't kill me and MY AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE! 1 in 3 Americans have pre-existing condition

KEEP the ACA as it stands

Why is this important?

In less than ONE week (November 10th) the Supreme Court could eliminate health care for millions of Americans and their families and 135 Million Americans who have pre-existing conditions will either lose their coverage, not be covered, or get a huge hike in their monthly bills. That's more 1 in 3 Americans. If it's not you personally, it's your brother, sister, mom or dad. In fact, it might even be you and you don't realize what the ACA has afforded you. This is about real people you know and love, wanting to remain healthy. So do us and yourself a solid.

This is personal folks, and it's real. We need to millions of signatures and I need your help!

135 million Americans have pre-existing conditions. Pre-existing isn't just cancer, its also diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, Crohn's and guess what, Covid....and the list goes on. When my ad agency decided to get rid of everybody over 40 to save money, I couldn't get health care. Only when ACA was passed was I able to be covered again. Every single person reading this knows someone with a pre-existing health condition. The stats are 1 in 3. The Supreme Court votes on this in early November. THEY NEED TO HEAR FROM EACH ONE OF US.

This is human, this is real. This isn't about a inhuman corporation that seeks profits, this is about real people wanting to remain healthy. The Supreme Court never hears from us.....and they need to!! Let's do it, with your help and the help of everyone you know.

I thank YOU!
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Reasons for signing

  • Being self-employed, I rely on the ACA for health-insurance. I also do not make enough to pay for unsubsidized health insurance. I'm over 40 and worry about serious illness while uninsured.
  • Without this healthcare I could not responsibly work as a freelancer.
  • I'm a freelancer and absolutely dependent on the ACA for my healthcare. The insurance isn't the greatest, because I can't afford a "Cadillac" plan, but it's better than no insurance at all. To eliminate it completely without another plan is both irresponsible and unconscionable.


2020-11-12 16:55:24 -0500

100 signatures reached

2020-11-12 15:30:22 -0500

50 signatures reached

2020-11-11 12:46:28 -0500

25 signatures reached

2020-11-08 11:24:34 -0500

10 signatures reached