One of the hallmark provisions included in the Affordable Care Act is under attack, putting women’s health in jeopardy. As we mentioned this summer, women scored a huge victory when the Administration announced that all forms… Read more.
According to the Census Bureau, 15.1 percent of Americans were living in poverty in 2010. That’s 46.2 million of us. But when the Census Bureau determines whether or not a family or individual is living… Read more.
Health insurance is simply out of reach for many Americans. While many jobs offer it, many don’t. Without an offer of coverage from their employer, workers have to navigate the individual market on their… Read more.
This blog was written by Steve Larsen and originally appeared on healthcare.gov. The health care law gives us new tools to protect consumers who are looking for health insurance in the private market. One of… Read more.
It’s that time of year—flu season is in full swing. And when we get sick, we know that it is important to stay home from work to speed our recovery and prevent spreading our… Read more.