Democratic activists are resuming their campaign to fight back against Republicans' attempt to repeal the healthcare reform law after a one-week hiatus following last weekend's shooting in Tucson.

Organizing for America, an offshoot of President Obama's 2008 campaign, announced Sunday it will hold press conferences in "key districts" across the country to urge members of Congress to vote against repeal. The press conferences will highlight "people in their communities who have been positively affected by provisions of the Affordable Care Act."

OFA also plans to host phone banks "to urge Republican Members of Congress to vote against repeal."