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Biden walked alongside President Barack Obama to pass the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare), which provided healthcare coverage for 20 million previously uninsured Americans.

As president, Biden vows to protect the ACA from continued, relentless attacks by Republicans.

Biden wants to offer a public health insurance option like Medicare to all Americans. He is also committed to defending healthcare protections for all, regardless of gender, gender identity, or sexual orientation. He also plans to double America’s investment in community health centers.



Trump and his Republican colleagues tried – and failed – multiple times to repeal the ACA. Their latest attempts to dismantle healthcare access occurred at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Trump Administration has fought to make Medicaid harder to access. The changes to Medicaid access impact 5 million people with disabilities, millions of low-income parents and their children, and many older adults.

Trump revealed his long -awaited healthcare plan – the America First Healthcare Plan – which provides no tangible action in the way of coverage for Americans.

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