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Your Stories

The health care law often gets talked about in the abstract and with vague descriptions of the 32 million Americans who can now get the coverage they need when they need it, or be free from fear that their care will be there. But this law is about you, your family, your friends, and how it is making care more accessible, more affordable, and better for all of us.

Read stories from around the country or share your own.

Nia

Nia, a medical student, was already supportive of health reform and then she found out she could stay on her mom’s health plan until she turned 26-years old.

Stacie

Stacie’s daughters were diagnosed with leukemia when they were four. Between treatment and denied care, she and her husband had to file for bankruptcy.

Violet

Violet has experienced thousands of seizures because of a life threatening form of epilepsy that often results in trips to the pediatric intensive care unit.