Insight News – For African Americans, like other racial and ethnic minorities, the law will address inequities and will increase access to quality, affordable health coverage, invest in prevention and wellness, and give individuals and families more control over their care.
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- April 23, 2017 African Americans Get Less Sleep Than Whites, An Inequality Stretching Back To Slavery LA Times - African Americans suffer from a “sleep gap”: Fewer black people are able to sleep for the recommended six to nine nightly hours than any other ethnic […]
- March 13, 2017 CBO: Obamacare Repeal Will Increase Uninsured By 24 Million USA Today - An estimated 14 million Americans could lose their health care coverage in 2018, and 24 million by 2026 under a Republican bill to replace Obamacare, […]
- March 4, 2016 Obama says enrollment in Affordable Care Act reaches 20 million The New York Times - President Obama said on Thursday that enrollment in health coverage under the Affordable Care Act had reached a new high, 20 million, and he […]
- October 14, 2017 NAACP: Trump’s Executive Moves On Health Care A ‘New Low’ The Hill - "President Trump’s executive orders to kill the Affordable Care Act – and make no mistake, this action is intended to do exactly that – are a new low," […]