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June 26, 2020

ICYMI: Rep. Kirkpatrick Slams Trump Administration’s Brief Asking Supreme Court to Strike Down Affordable Care Act During Pandemic

As the Trump Administration filed its brief with the Supreme Court asking the justices to strike down the entirety of the Affordable Care Act, Rep. Kirkpatrick released a new report finding that the number of Americans who would lose health coverage if the Republican lawsuit succeeds has grown to more than 23 million amid the historic health and economic emergency of the coronavirus. The report finds that 363,000 Arizonans would lose their health insurance.

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June 26, 2020

Rep. Kirkpatrick Calls for Urgent Attention to Migrant Detention Facilities Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

Rep. Kirkpatrick released the following statement after receiving an inadequate response from ICE regarding the urgent and alarming reports describing conditions at a Southern Arizona migrant detention facility. The Office of Rep. Kirkpatrick is asking for immediate attention to review the horrific reports and inadequate oversight from ICE.

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June 17, 2020

Rep. Kirkpatrick Calls On Arizonans to Put Community’s Health First

Warns that an overburdened health care system will cause economy to collapse (Tucson, A.Z.) – Today, Rep. Kirkpatrick released the following statement calling on Arizonans to take immediate action regarding the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in the state.  “Arizonans: we must act now. We are entering the red zone. If we overburden our healthcare…

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ICYMI: Rep. Kirkpatrick, Colleagues Urge Trump Administration To Prioritize Coronavirus Testing In Nursing Homes And All Long-Term Care

Tucson, AZ – Today, the Office of Rep. Kirkpatrick released the following statement sharing her efforts and concerns over COVID-19 testing in nursing homes in Southern Arizona and throughout the county. Rep. Kirkpatrick and over 80 House Democrats joined Rep. Schakowsky in sending a letter to Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Alex…

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