URGENT: Senate leaders plan to vote as early as today on “final passage” legislation that would make it harder for millions of Americans to access affordable health care. Please call your Senators now and tell them to improve access to health care; don’t tear it apart. Your voice makes a difference!
A message from the Presiding Bishop
the debate on the effort to “repeal or repeal and replace” the Affordable Care
Act, Lutherans have joined me in calling on their members of Congress to
improve access to health care.
"We of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in
America have an enduring commitment to work for and support health care for all
people as a shared endeavor. Our commitment comes in grateful response to God’s
saving love in Jesus Christ that frees us to love and seek the well-being of
our neighbor" (ELCA social statement “Caring for Health: Our Shared
Senate is now debating health care reform. In the strongest possible
terms, I urge senators to oppose any effort to cut funding to Medicaid that
eliminates essential health care for seniors, veterans, children and
low-income working families.
all Lutherans to pray for our leaders and to be advocates with me. Our
collective voices make a difference, and we should raise them to call on our
senators to stand with the most vulnerable members of our communities. It is
time for Congress to work together to find solutions that ensure health care
for all in our nation of God's great abundance.
Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton
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