Tuesday, January 21, 2014

VIDEO: This is why health care reform matters

Organizing for Action
Friend --

Over the past few months, OFA has been talking to people all over the country about how their lives have been touched by health care reform.

Today, we'd like to share one of the stories that moved us.

Renee is a mother of three young children who was blindsided by cancer. She was rejected from her husband's health insurance, and several other private plans, because of a pre-existing condition -- leaving her stuck with a plan that had a yearly limit and additional stress that the care she needed might not be covered.

Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, Renee now has the coverage she needs.

You have to hear Renee tell her story -- then, pass it on to show others exactly why health care reform matters.

Watch Renee's health care story.

Share on Facebook    Share on Twitter
Renee's story is representative of those experienced by Americans throughout the country -- now, her family has peace of mind knowing she will never again be denied coverage or face lifetime limits on her care.

No matter what anyone on the other side says, Renee's story is why so many people fought to pass this law in the first place.

These are stories that need to be told -- watch Renee's story, then forward it along today:




Beth Kelly
Deputy Health Care Campaign Manager
Organizing for Action

P.S. -- If you have an Obamacare story you'd like to tell, you can go here to share your story.

Paid for by Organizing for Action

Contributions or gifts to Organizing for Action are not tax deductible.

This email was sent to: alexanderofyork@yorkteaparty.org.
If that is not your preferred email address, you can update your information here. We believe that emails are a vital way to stay in direct contact with supporters. Click here if you'd like to unsubscribe from these messages.
Organizing for Action, P.O. Box 66732 Washington, D.C. 20035

No comments:

Post a Comment