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The Affordable Care Act is now an important part of the everyday lives of millions of Americans.
The final Open Enrollment deadline to sign up for 2015 coverage is this Sunday, February 15. Do you, or someone you know, still need to get covered for 2015?
Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, 7.8 million African Americans with private insurance now have access to expanded preventive services with no cost-sharing.
We all have a role to play in working toward an AIDS Free Generation. Education and understanding prevention and treatment of HIV is important.
Today, for the first time, we are setting clear goals – and establishing a clear timeline – for moving from volume to value in Medicare payments.
The Affordable Care Act is helping to change the way many in African-American communities think about their health, and the need for coverage.
Providing universal access to high quality child care for all low-income families is a win-win-win for children, their families, and our economy.
If you already have health insurance – take a moment to share this information with someone you know who might still need to get covered.
On this day in 1965, President Johnson addressed a joint session of Congress with a plea to do better by the American people.
If you want your coverage to start on January 1, the deadline to enroll is December 15.
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