In just a four minute, 14 second-response, Presidential hopeful Gov. Mitt Romney used the word "Obamacare" 18 times - 19 if you count his podium sign: "Repeal & Replace Obamacare."Most notably about the word useage, he made sure not to say it when discussing his own ideas for reform which includes the popular pre-existing condition coverage....more
A 30-year-old woman pays 31 percent more for health insurance than a man of the same age -- for identical coverage. For 25-year-old women, the gap is even more shocking: for individual healthcare plans (not including maternity coverage) women are charged up to 84 percent more than men. The Affordable Care Act is trying to rectify this example of discrimination, so why are so many women fighting it?
On March 23, 2010, President Barack Obama signed into law the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), which contains provisions that started taking effect that same year and will continue until 2017. One of these provisions -- which involves eliminating co-payments and deductibles for preventive care -- came under fire last week when the White House announced that as part of preventive care, employers would be covering the cost of birth control in employee health plans.
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