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Have you noticed that Obamacare's opponents are spending less time trying to convince the American people they're not benefiting from the law?
The narrative is changing, all because millions of people around the country are seeing the benefits of health care reform firsthand.
And people are telling those success stories to their neighbors and friends.
If you have a story to share of how the Affordable Care Act is helping you or someone you know, will you share it today? (And please share this with anyone you know who has a great story to tell.)
Starting on November 15th, people who need to get covered will once again have a chance to get quality, affordable insurance through the marketplace.
And you can bet the other side is going to be out there with loads of cash trying to tear Obamacare down.
Our job is to make sure people hear directly from those who know better.
Thanks to Obamacare, millions of Americans now have access to quality, affordable health care -- many for the first time.
Insurance companies can't refuse to cover you because of a pre-existing condition -- and you can't be dropped for getting sick. Young people can stay on their parents' plans until they're 26. A lot of preventive care is available at no cost to the patient -- things like checkups and mammograms.
And because of financial assistance available through the Affordable Care Act, millions have access to affordable, quality coverage.
Those are the stories that people need to hear as enrollment begins again.
So help spread the word -- share your health care story today:
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Thursday, August 28, 2014
Tell your story: How is Obamacare helping people you love?
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