This resolution would condemn the Trump administration’s support of actions that would invalidate the Affordable Care Act’s (aka Obamacare) protections for people with pre-existing conditions and the entire ACA as “an unacceptable assault on the healthcare of the American people”. It’d also express the sense of the House that the Dept. of Justice (DOJ) should cease any and all efforts to “destroy Americans’ access to affordable healthcare”, in particular by reversing its position in the ongoing Texas v. U.S. litigation. The resolution would also call on the DOJ to protect individuals with pre-existing conditions, seniors struggling with high prescription drug costs, and the millions of Americans “who newly gained health insurance coverage since 2014”.
As a simple resolution, this legislation is non-binding and wouldn’t advance beyond the House if passed.