9:00 am, May 29th | by Sarah Devlin and Colette McIntyre
The Affordable Care Act is exposing a big problem — the 51 million Americans who can’t make regular insurance payments, because they don’t have bank accounts.
10:45 am, August 6th | by Amy Tennery
As you likely already know, August 1 was a big day for women and health care.
4:00 pm, July 31st | by Laura Donovan
Tomorrow’s a big day, not because it’s the first day of August (sad to see you go, July), but because eight Obamacare regulations surrounding women’s health will go into effect, drastically improve our lives, and perhaps ease up on our wallets.
3:05 pm, July 31st | by Amy Tennery
With the Supreme Court’s ruling on the Affordable Care Act late last month — and our blissfully imminent access to affordable contraception, thanks to that ruling — what better time to reflect on why accessible birth control is important to women?