The ACA has its shortcomings; however, it has drastically improved our healthcare system, vastly lowering the uninsured rate and enacting invaluable protections for consumers.
On Thursday March 23, 2017 at 12pm, St. John’s urges you to #SaveObamacare along with labor, health, faith, and community partners in downtown Los Angeles.
Berry Craig: Protesters greeted McConnell when he showed up to chow down at a chamber of commerce lunch in Jeffersontown, a Louisville suburb.
My wife’s physician had a most important message for my morale which I urge you to bear in mind: ‘Yes, your wife is very sick. Remember, YOU are NOT sick!’
Bill Raden: St. John’s alone has enrolled over 18,000 previously uninsured Angelinos, nearly all of them black or Latino, and more than doubled its insured-patient base.
Wim Laven: This week the process of killing countless Americans is beginning, and it is happening because humanity and political gain are not always in concert.
Robert Reich: The problem isn’t Obamacare per se. It’s in the structure of private markets for health insurance – which creates powerful incentives to avoid sick people and attract healthy ones.
Sasha Abramsky: Five years after the Affordable Care Act became law, upwards of three million Californians remain without health care coverage.
Victoria DeFranceso Soto: Latinos have seen the biggest gains in coverage following the Affordable Care Act, but they remain the racial and ethnic group with the highest rate of uninsured.