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OurTime.org 9 Mar 15
A3: Today, women can access birth control with no co-pay
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Sean Agnew 23 Mar 15
Thanks, Obama. RT : Our insurance deductible went from $250 to $3500.
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Save My Care 7 Apr 18
Republicans asked for “Obamacare Horror Stories” but got stories of starting companies, affordable health care, and coverage for pre-existing conditions thanks to the 😇
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L'il Holl 22 Jul 17
Replying to @DanScavino
Ground? Lost my job in May. Still able to get coverage w pre-existing conditions in August.
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American Progress 24 Nov 16
This Thanksgiving, give thanks for Obamacare. Tell us your story:
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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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Community Catalyst 24 Jan 17
Young women are able to stay on their parents’ health plans until 26, providing coverage for reproductive health.
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Constant Corpse 25 Jul 17
Replying to @michellemalkin
I want to be an independent consultant in IT; private family health insurance @ $1600 makes my hourly rate uncompetitive.
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Priscilla Maloney 2 Dec 17
Replying to @ASlavitt
And: "If you're going through hell, keep going." -Winston Churchill This quote kept me going last year through breast cancer treatment-
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Anton J. Gunn, CSP 2 Jan 14
129 mil w/ pre-existing conditions – incl 17 mil kids – can't be denied coverage or charged higher premiums b/c of their health.
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Protect Our Care IL 21 Mar 18
Friday is the 8th Anniversary of the being signed into law! Join us Friday with pictures of your anniversary parties and check out the many reasons we celebrate the in
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Patti B 5 Oct 13
Replying to @RepJoeBarton
My sister-in-law, military vet & ex Lockheed Martin employee can now get insurance. pre-existing conditions.
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Children's Defense Fund Mar 23
Today, the 9th Anniversary of the signing of the Affordable Care Act ()! 🎉🎂 20 million+ people have gained coverage in that time, driving the uninsured rate to historic lows. We're now better protecting children and communities of color, so we say !
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Krystal Ball 4 Sep 12
RT @marksimundza: have had 2 brain tumor surgeries + radiation. No worries about lifetime cap.
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David Cutler 7 Apr 16
Uninsured rate lowest in some time.
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Joan Alker 13 Oct 16
Sharp drop in uncompensated care costs in WI says Jon Peacock
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Will Tamplin 18 Feb 15
Every other school but us is out. Plus 3 hour delays are so pointless 😑.
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Karen C 27 Jul 17
Replying to @benwikler @woodra and 2 others
Our story too in TX. My son born at 27 wks 1 lb 14 oz 5 mos in NICU now 11 in Boy Scouts & Jiu Jitsu. he is alive & thriving!
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Nick Dawson 9 Oct 16
Here’s the healthcare percent which matters: 8.6% Lowest uninsured rate in the US ever
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Triple T Mar 23
Celebrating 5 years of clean bone marrow biopsies and no bankruptcy! for eliminating the lifetime cap on our or he might not be here (and we couldn’t have sprung for the mid-priced bubs)!
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