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Blog: Medicaid Expansion: The Struggle for Healthcare Continues

Nov 07, 2012 | By Ellen Albritton

Despite the great strides made by the Affordable Care Act (ACA), public health and healthcare advocacy does not end with its passage.  Read more

Blog: Political Firestorm about CBO Report

Feb 06, 2014 | By Carolyn Burstein, NETWORK Communications Fellow

Those who oppose the Affordable Care Act may continue to misrepresent this week’s CBO report’s findings so it is important to let people know the truth. The report is clear about individuals being freed up to leave the workforce, look for other work, or start a business while not worrying about healthcare coverage. Many of these choices may be related to qualifying for health insurance subsidies. But employers pass on the costs of doing business – e.g. payroll taxes – to employees all the time.

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Good News in the New Year - Millions More with Health Insurance

The Affordable Care Act is making a real difference. Read more

Blog: Healthcare For All – Is it Constitutional? UPDATE

Mar 30, 2012 | By Mary Ellen Lacy, D.C.

NETWORK continues to fully support the Affordable Care Act. Read more

Update on Controversy Surrounding DHHS Decision on Contraception Coverage

Understanding the underlying issue and the reasons for the controversy. Read more

NETWORK Calls for Dialog: DHHS Rule Provides for Unacceptable and Unintended Consequences

Read NETWORK's response to the administrative rule that will require most health insurance plans to cover contraceptive services. Read more

Blog: Moving Forward, Not Backward, on Healthcare

Feb 04, 2011 | By Jean Sammon

The FamiliesUSA HealthAction 2011 conference in Washington last week gave me new insight on the challenges facing our new healthcare law (the Affordable Care Act) and new respect for advocates who are standing up to the challenges, especially in the states. Read more

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