Thom Tillis is taking extra precautions to avoid speaking with his constituents. He's not answering phone calls, not accepting mail and not allowing folks to enter his offices to leave messages or speak with him. He even has police tape blocking the entrance to one of his offices in North Ca… Read More
It's no secret that Senator Thom Tillis has refused to host an in-person town hall since he was elected Senator, but Tuesday he took it a step even further. Tuesday he said he will not be accepting mail sent to his office nor will he be accepting visitors. Tillis is very clearly disrespectin… Read More
Senator Thom Tillis has been a US Senator for three years. And during those three years, he has failed to hold a town hall to meet with his constituents in person...and his constituents are not happy about it. Tillis claims he's going to vote for any form of TrumpCare, all while refusin… Read More
Thom Tillis refuses to hold an in-person town hall with his constituents and they're not happy about it. Tillis is going to have a huge say in whether or not TrumpCare passes, yet he refuses to talk with the people he represents. Because he won't meet with the people, the people are coming t… Read More
Washington Post: GOP health-care talks center on stark question: Help vulnerable Americans or help the rich?
The GOP clearly does not want to prioritize vulnerable Americans over helping the rich, as their approved health care plan gave the top 0.1% huge tax breaks. Their bill, which was drafted completely in the dark, cut Medicaid funding by $772 billion and would leave 22 million Americans withou… Read More
Charlotte Observer: If Thom Tillis made $40k a year, what would he think of the Republican health plan?
Senators Thom Tillis and Richard Burr don't represent the majority of Americans, they only represent the top 0.1%. The top 0.1% that they represent will receive tax breaks instead of premium hikes like most Americans relying on the ACA will face, if Trumpcare passes. The two North Carol… Read More
Raleigh News & Observer: Senate Obamacare repeal bill would leave 22 million more without health insurance
The Congressional Budget Office released a document on Monday stating that under the Senate's Trumpcare plan 22 million Americans will lose health coverage. Trumpcare mainly targets older people and those with pre-existing conditions, increasing their premiums significantly while giving tax … Read More
The Senate's version of Trumpcare is exactly what we expected: a bill that favors the top 0.1% and will leave millions of Americans without health coverage. Republicans claim they support health care for all Americans, but it's clear they really prioritize tax breaks for the top 0.1%. The GO… Read More
The Republicans in Congress are actively working to sabotage Obamacare and pass Trumpcare, which would lead to over 23 million people losing their health coverage. The Trump administration has said they may eliminate cost-sharing subsidies, which keep people's premiums down, which led to Nor… Read More
The state's largest healthcare provider, Blue Cross Blue Shield, is planning a 22.9% rate increase because of Trump's desire to repeal the ACA and other healthcare providers, like Cigna, are following in their footsteps. However, if Congress decides to keep Obamacare through 2018, BCBS will … Read More