Posts for Health Equity

Does the Trump Public Charge Rule Apply To You? Empower Yourself and Others with the Facts

By now many immigrants, like me, have heard of the public charge rule — a wealth test on immigrant families who are seeking a healthy, productive and stable future in the U.S. Here's what you need to know.

Repeal of the Affordable Care Act Would Disproportionately Harm LGBTQ+ People and People Living with HIV

Repeal of the ACA could have devastating consequences for the many LGBTQ+ people and PLWH who only have access to life-saving health care through the ACA.

Landmark Maternal Health Bills Pass E&C Committee

The Energy and Commerce Committee in the House of Representatives took a major step forward in addressing our nation’s maternal health crisis by passing two landmark bipartisan bills last week.

New Data Show ACA Is Reducing Racial Disparities in Health Coverage

Since the passage of the ACA over 20 million people have gained access to health insurance coverage through the Marketplace. A recent issue brief from...

The Importance of Speaking Up

Reflections from Elena Hung, founder of Little Lobbyists and the inaugural winner of the Better Health Award.

In the Driver’s Seat: Improving and Protecting Non-Emergency Medical Transportation

Despite the necessity and cost effectiveness of NEMT, non-emergency medical transportation, the benefit is under threat on multiple fronts.

Centering Stories for Health Care Reform in Minnesota

Advocates in Minnesota believe the best pathway to universal health care coverage is through a public option, which they set out to create in 2018.

We Refuse to Turn Back the Clock on Our Health Care

On the deadline to submit comments to protect the Health Care Rights Law, we're sharing a blog from another one of our partners in this fight, the National Partnership for Women and Families.

Six Ways the Trump Administration Is Promoting Discrimination in Health Care

As the deadline for public comments to defend the Health Care Rights Law approaches, we're sharing a blog from one of our partners in this fight, the National Women's Law Center.
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