The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has dramatically affected the future of our nation’s health care. The fate of Obamacare could very well be decided mere days after the election, when the Supreme Court hears arguments about its validity on Nov. 10. And without Ginsburg on the court, the conservative wing may finally have the votes to declare the landmark law unconstitutional.
But while health care for millions of Americans is more precarious than ever, conservative politicians are trying to gaslight voters with election-year sleight of hand. Polls show that the Affordable Care Act has become popular with both Democrats and independents, and protecting people with pre-existing conditions is supported across the board. But rather than moderate or improve their own positions, President Donald Trump and Republicans are choosing to obfuscate congressional history.
I am watching this happen with my own senator, Cory