Hey, Senate Republicans: If You Really Care About The Economy, Don't Support The AHCA

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If we’re looking to maximize worker productivity -- another essential pillar in the structure of our economy -- ensuring that people have legitimate access to health care is a good place to start. People with health insurance can access the care that allows them to return to the workforce quickly after illness, and therefore continue contributing to the economy. Medicaid also allows workers to be proactive about their health by providing free screenings for things like health disease and diabetes, meaning sickness is caught early. This way, Americans don’t have to stay at home when they could be functioning as active, contributing members of society.

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