- The Affordable Care Act: Not having to settle for insurance companies’ old tricks
- The Affordable Care Act: Making the difference between life and death for countless women
- Insurers can no longer deny coverage due to the ‘pre-existing condition’ of surviving leukemia
- The Affordable Care Act: One Family at Time, America is Moving Forward
- The Affordable Care Act For Seniors: No More Bills Vs. Prescriptions
- The Affordable Care Act: Moving Health Equity Forward For Communities Of Color
- Affordable Care Act Anniversary Week Kicks Off
On March 23, 2010, the healthcare bill 80 years in the making was signed into law.
The Affordable Care Act: Moving working families forward
The healthcare law means that working families can move forward toward more affordable, secure healthcare and better health, not backward to the status quo of skyrocketing premiums, insurance denials and unchecked profits for insurance companies.
— SEIU President Mary Kay Henry
The Affordable Care Act makes healthcare more affordable and accessible for millions of Americans and for those who need its protections and benefits the most.