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  • 5-27 Week In Review

    CBO Score for TrumpCare

    We knew the TrumpCare health care bill was bad when Congressional Republicans rammed it through the House of Representatives on a narrow vote three weeks ago. But with the CBO score just released this week, now we know all the facts on the bill.

    If TrumpCare becomes law: 

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  • 5-20 Week In Review

    Manka Dhingra!

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  • Democratic Week In Review 5-13-17

    It hasn’t exactly been a slow news week, so we’ll get right in to some of the most important news going on and the info you need to know.

     

    The Comey Firing – We Need An Investigation

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  • Jinyoung Englund on Health Care Repeal Shows Her Conservative Credentials

    Last Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the American Health Care Act, or TrumpCare, on a 217-213 vote.

    The bill would end health care for 24 million Americans, dramatically increase insurance premiums by legalizing price discrimination against seniors, and repeal protections for those with pre-existing conditions – all while giving the wealthiest Americans a $600 billion tax cut. Cancer, diabetes, pregnancy, asthma, and more would all be pre-existing conditions for which insurance companies could discriminate against patients should TrumpCare become law.

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  • 5-6 Democratic Week In Review

    We all know the big news this week was the U.S. House of Representatives passing TrumpCare, the bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act. But now the legislation goes to the Senate, where it has a long way to go before passing into law.

    What The Bill Means

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  • TrumpCare vote betrays Washingtonians counting on health care

    On a 217-213 vote, the U.S. House of Representatives today passed the American Health Care Act, or TrumpCare. 

    According to independent and nonpartisan analysis, the bill would take health care coverage away from 24 million Americans, raise premiums as much as seven times over, and end protections that ensure coverage for pre-existing conditions – all to pay for a new $600 billion tax cut for the rich. 

    In the days before the bill’s passing, new amendments were added to the bill to win more conservative support that would 

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  • 100 Ways to Resist

    Trump has been in office for over 100 days now, and we've compiled a list of 100 ways you can resist him and advance our positive progressive agenda. We tweeted them on the 100th day of his administration, and we have them here below. Check them out for ideas for how you can get active and involved!

     

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  • Democratic Week In Review - 100 Days

    Last week we had a great meeting of the state party central committee in Walla Walla. It was fun connecting with so many Democrats and seeing the energy and enthusiasm for our party, especially in Eastern Washington. We’re fired up to compete across the state in our 2017 and 2018 elections!

    1. 100 days of Trump

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  • Trump’s 100 Days – An Assault On Working Families

    Saturday April 29th represents the 100th day of Donald Trump’s presidency, and in that time his entire agenda has hurt working families and the middle class.  From executive orders to legislative action with Congressional Republicans, Trump has spent 100 days slashing benefits, wasting taxpayer money, and eliminating protections for families, communities, and our environment. 

    Here’s what Trump and his administration have done in the first 100 days of his presidency:

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  • Democratic Week In Review - 4/22/17

    The Washington State Democratic Central Committee is in Walla Walla this weekend for our April meeting. We’re excited to be participating in a virtual “March for Science” and talking about Earth Day and the importance of protecting our environment against climate change.

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