This? is not good.
NO, the study DOESN’T find that Medicaid doesn’t improve health. It does show that it reduces economic insecurity and depression significantly. Otherwise, two years is too short to have much of an impact on most health issues.
The Federal Reserve will continue it’s stimulus, but states that the austerity on the spending side (in other words, Congress) is slowing down the recovery. Sound familiar?
A 1993 NY state law already required health insurance plans to provide coverage to those with pre-existing conditions, an importnat component of the ACA. The NY law went further, requiring plans to offer everyone the same price for the same coverage (the ACA allows insurance companies to charge older customers as much as three times as much for the same coverage). That means that the risk pool for NY health insurance providers will be healthier under the ACA, which requires individuals to buy insurance, and so, premiums should not rise as a result of the ACA in NY state.
Hello Tumblr friends and followers!
We’re looking for ways to expand our reach to get the word out about our project because we believe that more people need to be aware of the pressing issue the film presents. As of now, our personal networks have responded in amazing ways to this film. But — real talk — those networks aren’t big enough to raise $50,000.
HOWEVER, if every backer shared our film with at least 5 people, our film’s reach would expand exponentially.
Check ‘em out and share if you like.
Actually, no, we don’t have plenty of time to get it done. The climate is a large ship with a ton of momentum steaming towards the iceberg and right now we’re not even starting to try to turn it away from it’s collision course.