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Andy Slavitt Mar 23
Today is the 9th anniversary of the passage of the . Every day from the day I showed up in the Obama Administration I would read people’s emails and letters about how their lives had changed. 1/
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Voto Latino Mar 22
Thanks to the , more than 4.2M Latinos and 20M Americans have gained health coverage. Our communities are stronger & healthier because of a fight we helped lead 9 yrs ago, pero La Lucha Sigue! It's time to increase acces to health care! It's time for !
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Gavin Newsom Mar 23
Nine years ago today, the was signed into law with the idea that every single person has the right to quality, affordable health care. We’re going to continue to build on that as we move forward with universal health care in California.
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Office of the Governor of California Mar 23
Happy Birthday, . “We’re going to continue to build on the ACA as we move forward with the ideal of universal healthcare regardless of preexisting conditions, regardless of your ability to pay and, yes, regardless of your immigration status.” -
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Obamacare Mar 23
Nine years ago today, the Affordable Care Act was signed into law. Because of the , more than 20 million Americans have gained health coverage and insurers can no longer deny coverage because of a pre-existing condition.
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Andy Slavitt Mar 23
Gulp. This one tweet says it all for me about the on the .
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Andy Slavitt Mar 23
Replying to @ASlavitt
Many people made the happen. I didn’t get there until 5 years ago. Some like Ted Kennedy worked for 4 decades. And I regret he never got to read the letters I did. On the , may the law just fade into the background under people who want to see it work. /end
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Debbie Wasserman Schultz Mar 23
The Affordable Care Act saved untold lives. It was made possible by decades of work and sacrifice by so many. Millions of covered families now sleep easier. On this 9th , I re-commit to make the stronger and fight those who would weaken it.
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AJ+ Mar 23
The Affordable Care Act was signed into law by former President Barack Obama 9 years ago today. The saved 's life. Watch her tell her story:
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Xavier Becerra Mar 23
Today is the 9th anniversary of the passage of the . Since then: ☑️20 million Americans have gained coverage ☑️The uninsured rate in CA has reached a new historic low ☑️The ACA has survived 70+ repeal efforts
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El Rucio 18h
Per IRS form 8962, "affordable" medical insurance is 10% of your adjusted gross income. That's where subsidies cut off when your AGI is >400% the federal poverty level.
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Doug Osborne Mar 23
Watchword: saved my wife's life. Do you want her to die? Also, Watchword: We have better insurance, for two, at about the same price as I had for one before .
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Erin Hemlin Mar 21
We are celebrating the for the next few days leading up to the law's 9th anniversary on Saturday! Since 3/23/10 20+ million have gained health coverage. Seems like progress worth building on to me.
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Rep. Barbara Lee Mar 23
Despite all the GOP sabotage over the last 9 years the has: ✔️increased access to healthcare ✔️given 62 million women full reproductive care ✔️allowed young people to stay on their parents’ plan I will never stop fighting to .
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Tony Muro Mar 23
Replying to @ASlavitt @jonfavs
I am alive today because of the
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Governor Tony Evers Mar 23
Replying to @GovEvers
When the was implemented, 2.4 million Wisconsinites no longer had to worry about being denied insurance just because they had a pre-existing condition. For cancer survivors, kids with a childhood illness, and countless others, that was life-changing.
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Steny Hoyer Mar 23
Today marks 9 years since signed the Affordable Care Act into law. House Dems will continue to work to strength the , protect Americans with pre-existing conditions, lower costs, and increase access to affordable, quality health care.
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Policy Matters Ohio Mar 22
Happy anniversary ! Thanks for helping 20 million+ people get health care, including nearly 1 million in Ohio.
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Kaiser Family Foundation Mar 22
We first started polling on the soon after it passed 9 years ago, when public opinion of the law was 46% favorable and 40% unfavorable. Explore how views have changed over the years by party ID, race, gender, income, and more using our interactive:
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National Partnership Mar 23
We love the , and it's pretty easy to see why. Happy anniversary to the Affordable Care Act, and the millions of women who can access affordable, comprehensive health coverage because of it.
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