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Health reform and communities of color

Affordable Care Act Delivers Better Preventive Care to Communities of Color By Dr. L. Toni Lewis

Labor calls for next step in health reform – single-payer coverage

Remarks by AFL-CIO Executive Vice President Arlene Holt Baker, National Nurses United Press Conference, America Health Security Act, Washington, DCMay 10, 2011

Ending Medicare is GOP's pet project

People with longer memories than most will recall there have been three major Medicare fights in the past 16 years.

Health reform benefits that went into effect Jan. 1 2011

Republicans want to repeal the following health reform benefits:

Health reform benefits put in place last year

Republicans want to repeal the following benefits (see DrsforAmerica.org) put in place by the health reform law:

Republican Repeal of Health Reform Would Harm Women

House Push to Repeal Health Care Law Would Hurt Women’s HealthPlanned Parenthood Opposes House Bill to Repeal Health Care Law

Doctors Say Yes To Health Reform, No To Repeal

Doctors Say Yes To Health Reform, No To RepealThousands of Physicians and Medical Students Show Their Support for Health Reform

Don't let the Republicans repeal the health reform law

Labor affiliated Association of Retired Americans (ARA) released the following as part of its campaign to mobilize opposition to the Republican Party's attempt to repeal the health reform law:

Just some of the health benefits Republicans want to repeal

Under new Medicare provisions, retirees will get free annual check-ups, recommended preventive services, and new discounts on Rx drugs.

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