A small group gathered to protest outdoors the workplaces of U.S. Sen. Todd Young (R-Ind.) in after the U.S. House of Representatives despatched the Affordable Care Act’s alternative to the U.S. Senate.
The Women’s March Indiana Chapter gathered supporters in downtown Indianapolis to talk out towards the plan to repeal and exchange Obamacare and help women’s healthcare.
Nancy Hanson has been displaying up at Young’s workplace each week for months. She says she’s nervous concerning the Republican reform invoice referred to as the American Health Care Act or AHCA.
“I’m worried about health care for myself, I’m on Medicare,” says Hanson. “What’s happening is they are trying to make all these cuts: some to Medicare, some to Medicaid.”
The Women’s March is urging individuals to signal a pledge to unite towards any insurance policies or laws that limits women’s health care rights. Conner Keeney is fearful Young will help such measures.
“He has continuously voted against a woman’s right to regulate her own body and his previous voting record and rhetoric would suggest that he is in favor of corporatizing healthcare and removing access for his people,” says Keeney.
In a press release, Young says the Affordable Care Act has failed and that he seems to be ahead to engaged on a alternative that, in his phrases, “makes health care better for every Hoosier.”