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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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this account fights scaredy-cats🙀 Mar 23
10 years ago we almost lost our Bella during labor. Today she thrives. ✨ And thanks to the Affordable Care Act, maternal and prenatal care are helping millions of moms deliver healthy births and happy birthdays.
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Jan Schakowsky Mar 23
On the 9th anniversary of Affordable Care Act, I celebrate millions of IL residents who were uninsured before 2010 but now have high quality, affordable health coverage, access to preventative services, protections for pre-existing conditions
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Carolyn  B. Maloney Mar 23
Today, on the 9th , I'm proud that we've provided coverage for 130 million people in our country with pre-existing conditions and that 20M previously uninsured Americans now have quality, affordable insurance. But, this fight is NOT over. 1/
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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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Lekshmi Santhosh Mar 23
Wow. Just got bill for my recent hospitalization for pregnancy complications (we are ok!) 3 days, 2 nights. Final bill? $28,245. With insurance, 0. Feel incredibly lucky to have insurance in this country. Our patients are just 1 admission away frm financial ruin.
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GOP 23 Mar 16
Fact: Insurance premiums have increased 38% since Obama took office 📈
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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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White House Archived 23 Mar 16
6 years ago today, signed the ACA into law. Got questions? Ask by 3:30pm ET with .
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White House Archived 23 Mar 16
6 years. 20 million people. We've come a long way.
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Governor Tony Evers Mar 23
Replying to @GovEvers
We still have a lot of work to do, but this , I am confident that Wisconsin is on a path to protect the care our residents were promised.
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NowThis Mar 26
This week marks the 9th anniversary of Obamacare — here's why , a stage 4 cancer survivor, is fighting so hard for it
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Denis McDonough 23 Mar 16
Hey everybody, here to answer your questions about the . Let's get started!
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Rep Ayanna Pressley Mar 23
Since its full implementation, the has provided protections for the 130 million people w/ pre-existing conditions, including nearly 3 million residents of .
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Kirsten Gillibrand 23 Mar 16
Replying to @SenGillibrand
Thanks to the , 20 million Americans gained health care coverage, raising the insured rate above 90% for the first time.
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Sylvia Burwell 23 Mar 16
Because of the , insurance is better for everyone, no matter where it’s purchased.
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Kirsten Gillibrand 23 Mar 16
6 years ago today, Pres. Obama signed the Affordable Care Act into law, a huge step toward universal healthcare coverage.
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LWV of the US Mar 23
Happy ! Nine years ago today, the Affordable Care Act was signed into law. The was a huge step forward in protecting people with pre-existing conditions, ending discrimination in coverage, and promoting preventive care.
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Kirsten Gillibrand 23 Mar 16
Replying to @SenGillibrand
Thanks to the , women's preventive care is now covered, meaning being a woman is no longer a pre-existing condition.
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Governor Tony Evers Mar 23
The Affordable Care Act gave states the opportunity to accept Medicaid dollars so they could serve more people. For eight years, Wisconsin chose not to accept federal funds to expand Medicaid. We’re changing that.
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