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Insights Column 06.14.2012

I Am the Heart of ObamaCare, and So Are You!

During the extensive coverage of the Supreme Court hearings on the Affordable Care Act, the health reform law, ObamaCare, or whatever you want to call it, many attempted to pin down what they thought…

Insights Column 06.11.2012

Would your insurance make the grade?

It's the end of the school year, and students across the country are getting their report cards. But term papers and final exams aren't the only things being graded. In a recent study published in Health…

Insights Column 05.23.2012

What could you have done with an extra $280 a year?

In 2009, 11 million Americans bought their own health insurance. If the Affordable Care Act had been fully implemented then, they would have spent less on their care. According to a new study, provisions of the…

Insights Column 05.09.2012

Do These Cuts Reflect Your Priorities?

The House is expected to vote today on a Republican proposal to slash health care spending for low-income and middle-class families. Unfortunately, cutting services for America's families is becoming a familiar refrain of House…

Insights Column 05.07.2012

Counting the Cost: Women’s Health Without Obamacare

As we await the Supreme Court's ruling on the Affordable Care Act coming in June, Families USA and other organizations are tallying up the benefits the law has provided so far-and the potential costs…

Insights Column 05.03.2012

The Affordable Care Act gives you health care or your money back!

The Kaiser Family Foundation estimates that, thanks to the Affordable Care Act, health insurance companies will send $1.3 billion dollars in rebates to consumers and small and large businesses this August. This is all because of…

Insights Column 05.02.2012

GOP Would Have Us Choose: Student Aid or Health Care for Families

What do the national smoking cessation hotline, fresh vegetables for low-income urban neighborhoods, vaccinations for kids without insurance, and new residency positions for badly needed primary care physicians have in common? If Republicans have…