Senator Capito Votes for Senate Budget Resolution That Puts Health Care for West Virginia Families at Risk

The U.S. Senate voted late last evening to approve a Budget Resolution that sets a framework for cuts to federal healthcare and education as well as tax cuts that mainly benefit corporations and the wealthiest. Senator Capito voted for the Resolution that could put Medicaid for 438,000 West Virginians at risk as well as Medicare for 416,000 seniors and people with disabilities. Time and time again, Senator Capito has shown that, despite what she says, her priorities are taking care of the wealthy and big business, not her constituents. Read our complete statement. 

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