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Monday, March 23, 2015

Progressive Women's Movement of America: Five Years Of ObamaCare



Watch: Here's What Five Years of the Affordable Care Act Means for America



Five years after the Affordable Care Act passed, 30 million young adults can
no longer be denied coverage for a pre-existing condition, 105 million
Americans no longer have a lifetime limit on their health coverage, and 76
million Americans are benefiting from preventive care coverage.

Better with Obamacare:
On March 23, 2010, President Obama signed a historic law that has
transformed the lives of millions of Americans.

Tomorrow, the Affordable Care Act will celebrate five years of significant
progress. That's a fact that people across the country can see in more
affordable coverage, higher quality care, and better health, thanks to
Obamacare.

After five years of the ACA:
More than 16 million
Americans have gained health coverage

Take a look back at history in the making:
9.4 million
 People with Medicare saved a total of more than $15 billion on prescription
 medications
 76 million
 People are benefiting from preventive care coverage


105 million
People no longer have a lifetime limit on their health coverage 

Up to 129 million
People with pre-existing conditions are no longer at risk of being denied
coverage


ZERO

Death panels were created

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