Fresh outta high school, I moved out of my parents house and in with my first super serious girlfriend. In hindsight, this was a mistake. But at the time, I didn’t see the signs. She was a soul sucking nightmare of a woman…but god, she was sexy and great in
So I’m busy as all hell and don’t have the time to rearrange things so they seem like my words. And it’s really important that EVERYONE hears about this since Douchie Donnie’s administration drastical cut down the registration period. So because of all this I’m literally copying and pasting Nancy
Guest post by Rachel Ginsburg There’s been a whole lot of coverage about both the Republican party’s and the Trump administration’s brazen efforts to sabotage Obamacare, and the horrifyingly negative effect that would have on the health of our population. However, short of a few copy and paste campaigns on
Obamacare, officially known as the Affordable Care Act, has attracted both die-hard supporters who preach how it saved their lives and money along with opponents who passionately denounce the hefty premiums and mandatory coverage requirements. Whether you love it or hate it, here is the Layman’s explanation to what’s happening
The repeal of Obamacare and its implications on your healthcare. 18 million may lose their coverage in the first year.
My good friend Michelle just posted this on FB. If you can take just 10 mins out of tour day you might be able to help millions of Americans keep their health insurance, including myself. There is even a call script at the bottom: ACTION ALERT: Time to do what
By Melissa Davidson @madtris Many people are concerned about what the new administration will do with our healthcare system. President-elect Donald Trump has promised to “repeal and replace” Obamacare, but even Trump himself realizes it’s easier to repeal and not so easy to replace. Americans are navigating the fact
With Open enrollment for Healthcare just opening, there has been a lot of hype about “Obamacare” premiums raising, yet most of us have no idea what this means or even how to apply. According to government data, monthly insurance premiums on www.HealthCare.gov are rising by an average of 25 percent.