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Pelosi Statement on President Trump’s Health Care Comments

While President Trump brags about his health care sabotage, hard-working families are suffering.  Just today, the Pennsylvania Insurance Commissioner announced that the President’s decision to end cost-sharing reduction payments will spike families’ rates by 30 percent.  Yet, the President promises to double down on his spiteful campaign to increase Americans’ health costs and make the health care system fail.

Pelosi Remarks at Press Conference Following the Trump Administration’s Decision on Iran Nuclear Agreement, Health Care Sabotage

Washington, D.C. – Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi held a press conference today following President Trump’s decision on Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action and his shameful decision to cut off the Cost-Sharing Reduction payments required under the Affordable Care Act, a spiteful decision that will cause health premiums to spike by at least 20 percent for hard-working Americans.  Below is a transcript of the press conference:

Pelosi, Schumer Joint Statement on News Reports President Trump Will Cut Off Vital ACA Payments, Spike Premiums

Sadly, instead of working to lower health costs for Americans, it seems President Trump will singlehandedly hike Americans’ health premiums. It is a spiteful act of vast, pointless sabotage leveled at working families and the middle class in every corner of America. Make no mistake about it, Trump will try to blame the Affordable Care Act, but this will fall on his back and he will pay the price for it.

Pelosi Remarks at Press Event Unveiling Bill to Defend Title IX

Washington, D.C. – House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi joined Congresswoman Jackie Speier and the leadership of the Democratic Women’s Working Group to unveil the Title IX Protection Act, a bill to codify the 2011 campus sexual assault guidance and 2014 Question and Answers document on sexual violence issued by the Obama Administration and the 2001 guidance on sexual harassment, which was issued by the Clinton Administration and later reissued in 2006 under the George W. Bush Administration. Below are the Leader’s remarks:

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