On a hot June day in D.C, I headed to a rally on Capitol Hill to save healthcare with three other summer interns from the National Women’s Health Network. We saw a group of protesters waving signs urging the Senate to protect the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and save Medicaid.
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Technical difficulties prevented us from reaching out last week to let you know we were fighting to save the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and celebrating its seventh anniversary as the biggest leap forward for women’s health in a generation.
Enrollment in Louisiana’s Medicaid expansion began this week, with 375,000 new adults ultimately expected to gain coverage! But the future didn’t always look so bright. When the Supreme Court made Medicaid expansion optional for the states, it left millions of women without access to any health insurance at all.
This research brief examines some of the most common waiver provisions attempted by states and spells out what each means for women as advocates and policymakers work to close the coverage gap.
Toolkit for activists with guides, ideas, templates, samples and other practical tools to get the community engaged in efforts to expand Medicaid.