Raising Women’s Voices
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.
Whether you are renewing your health insurance or enrolling for the first time, the process can be confusing. We developed a national campaign to help women understand how to better use their health insurance, while anticipating the costs they may have to pay.
In recognition of the important work done by the RWV coordinators, the White House arranged a special briefing for us. When we walked out of the White House that afternoon, we were walking on concrete sidewalks, but we could feel our connection to our grassroots, people like you who’ve rallied, lobbied and educated your friends.
Now that the Supreme Court Justices have given the Affordable Care Act (ACA) a resounding stamp of approval in their landmark King v. Burwell decision, we can all breath a collective sign of relief. The health care reform law has proven unconquerable by conservatives and is here to stay. Already 16 million more Americans have access to health insurance, thanks to the ACA.
Did you know that there are only 32 days left until February 15th, the deadline to enroll in health insurance coverage via the insurance marketplaces? If you haven’t already done so, now is the time to get covered. Enrolling in…
In a deeply gratifying 6-3 King v. Burwell ruling, the Supreme Court decided today to affirm access to health insurance subsidies to all residents of the U.S. regardless of whether or not they live in states that have created their own health exchanges.