Affordable Care Act

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Katie’s Dreams Thrive Under New Affordable Care Act

Health scares, costly bills no longer stop this entrepreneur

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Dahn Guirung's Family Just Got Covered

Dahn Guirung wants to make sure his family is healthy and strong so they can invest in their daughter’s future.

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The Affordable Care Act: What’s in it for American Indians and Alaska Natives?

ANA Commissioner shares reasons why it is important for American Indians and Alaska Natives, to sign up for health insurance by March 31.

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Betty Li Just Got Covered

After visiting her neighborhood resource center and signing up for insurance, getting sick no longer means financial trouble.

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ACA Enrollment Event Signs Up Southeast Asian Immigrants and Refugees

Southeast Asian Mutual Assistance Associations Coalition works to increase access to health care for America's newest citizens.

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Accept the Million Hearts Challenge this American Heart Health Month

Americans suffer more than two million heart attacks and strokes each year, and every day, 2,200 people die from cardiovascular disease. Let's start making heart-healthy choices.

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Making It Possible For Me to Chase My Dream: My #GetCovered Story

Nothing is stopping this young entrepreneur from growing her business. Not even a health emergency.

Family photo with the words: I’ve launched my small business and can focus on expanding it because I can now afford health coverage for my entire family.” – Betsy Furler

Finally, Some Peace of Mind: My #GetCovered Story

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, Betsy was able to launch her business and focus on expanding it.

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Getting Covered Despite Cancer: Lynn’s #Get Covered Story

Single mom of four boys couldn’t get new insurance because of her cancer diagnosis. That changed under the Affordable Care Act.

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Justin's Health Care Story

“No matter what happens,” Justin’s covered for just $15 a month.

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