Hear, hear. We don’t mince words, and we’re not at a loss for them either.
Stabilize Housing, Improve Women’s Health
Where you live, work and play all affect your health. Indeed, research shows that access to nutritious food and safe housing are clearly linked to your health.
I am one of the 67 million women and girls with a pre-existing condition.
Having my son could essentially blacklist me from getting affordable, comprehensive health coverage if opponents of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) succeed with their relentless efforts to sabotage it.
Healing with HEAA
Supporting the Health Equity and Accountability Act (HEAA) should be a no-brainer. This bill would help eliminate racial and ethnic health and health care disparities.
Honoring Black Maternal Health Week
Too many Black women are dying in pregnancy and childbirth. It's unacceptable. We're proud to support Black Mamas Matter Alliance's Black Maternal Health Week.
This International Women’s Day, We Must #PressforProgress on Women’s Health
We all must speak out against the Trump administration’s attacks on women’s health and health care -- before it's too late.
Women Just Can’t Win: Medicaid Work Requirements and Inadequate Workplace Policies
Here’s an idea for politicians who claim they want to help women and families become more financially secure: Don’t institute punishing work requirements in programs that are meant to help people achieve and maintain economic security. Instead, promote and protect access to affordable, quality health care and supportive workplace policies.
Delays are Destructive: Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands Need Health Care Funding Now
It is my hope that by Super Bowl 2019, I will be able to tell my son that Puerto Rican families have the resources they need to enjoy a Sunday football game, rather than worry about basic necessities and access to affordable health care. We urge Congress to act without further delay.
Connecting Virginians to the Health Coverage They Need
This year, National Partnership staff helped Virginians sign up for health coverage during open enrollment.
A Marketing Plan Designed to Fail
This open enrollment period, we have an obligation to help the more than 28 million people in this country without health insurance sign up.