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US mayors raise concern over repeal of Obamacare

In the lead up to the 24 March vote in the House of Representatives on President Trump’s healthcare plan, mayors across the US stressed the impact that losing healthcare coverage would have on millions of Americans noting the effects of repealing the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will be most heavily felt at the local level.

Martin Walsh, Mayor of Boston, led a press call with journalists explaining the letter that he has sent–as Chair of the US Conference of Mayors Health Standing Committee–to congressional leaders. More than 130 bi-partisan mayoral signatures from cities across the US have signed the letter.

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