Category Archives: Affordable Care Act

Documentary – “How We Got Gay”

Everyone is still marveling at the rapid emergence of gay rights in the past several years – a change that is, in some ways, a rapid evolution.  But in fact, it is a shift that has a deep and incredible … Continue reading

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Report on LGBT health Priorities for 2015

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) released a report titled “Advancing LGBT Health & Well-being.”  This is the 4th annual report that is the outcome of the President’s directive to identify steps that the … Continue reading

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Open Enrollment for HealthCare.gov starts on November 15th!

With the US mid-term elections, Ebola, and act-alone terror attacks, there is not much oxygen left in the current news cycles for information about the Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment period that starts on November 15th, and lasts through February … Continue reading

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“Special Circumstances” and the ACA (Affordable Care Act)

Among my friends in my local community are a number of wonderful lesbian musicians!  In fact, there are times when we feel almost like we have landed in the middle of the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival .. at least for … Continue reading

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#GetCovered

Today marks the first time I have ever used a hash tag, but this topic is extremely important to the LGBT health. The Obama administration has helped end discrimination against LGBT Americans, such as repealing “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and … Continue reading

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