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These 11 States All Voted For Trump, Now They’re Paying The Price Of False Promise

Republicans took a step forward in repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act on Thursday when the House voted to pass the GOP’s proposed healthcare bill, the American Health Care Act.

If the AHCA passes through the Senate people with pre-existing conditions will be out of luck and out of health care.

CNN reported that “of the 11 states in which 30% or more of the under-65 population has some sort of pre-existing condition, all 11 were won by Trump in 2016.”

They made a chart showing a full list:


These numbers come from a 2016 study by the non-partisan Kaiser Family Foundation. And what they show is that the people that wanted to repeal and replace Obamacare are the ones that will be most affected by it.

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