Are women just focused on free contraceptives and birth control? Independent Women’s Forum Director of Health Policy, Hadley Heath Manning, says no; women care about accessible and affordable health care more than free birth control pills. Under Obamacare, their premiums are jumping and costs are skyrocketing, leaving women out in the cold. Mrs. Heath Manning discusses the implications of Obamacare for women and its negative impact on all Americans.
- Women use the health care system more than men
- Women do not list abortion or contraception as their major health care concern
- Women pay higher premiums under Obamacare
- So far, more people are not insured under Obamacare
- Taxpayers pay the cost of Obamacare
- Independent Women's Forum — Health Care
The United States deserves the world's best health care system. IWF strongly believes that a patient- centered, market-based health care system will lead to more innovation, better quality and greater access of care, and a healthier American society.
- The Real Life of Julia's Policy
Remember Julia from the 2012 presidential campaign? She just turned 26, and she has her own web design business. But her story is a little different now that Obamacare is in effect.
The President's health law includes the widely-mentioned benefits of coverage for under-26 year olds and those who were uninsured. But we rarely hear about the costs of these benefits. Test your knowledge in five quick quizzes to know how many are helped, or hurt, and at what cost.
- Health Care Lawsuits
Informational resource on legal challenges to the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare. Since 2010, they've been tracking scores of legal cases challenging various parts of the law. The health reform law has already been to the Supreme Court once, and it will likely return.