The Affordable Care Act (ACA) provides coverage for ambulatory services, hospitalization, emergency services, maternity and newborn care, rehabilitative services, and other provisions. Repealing this care would eliminate health care for over 20 million Americans, including over one million children. Nearly 2.8 million would lose eligibility for substance abuse treatment. Republicans and Democrats across the country are expressing concern over these actions. Agencies like the Illinois Health and Hospital Association estimate that repeal without replacement would result in losses of up to $13.1 billion of economic activity equating to a potential maximum of 95,000 jobs loss. CNDP urges clergy persons and lay leaders to join in this action. Use the icons below to share this message with other religious leaders and take action by clicking the image above or the button below.