Stories tagged: "health insurance"


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Nearly 30 Million Americans Went Without Health Coverage Last Year. Then the Pandemic Hit.

The continued loss of health coverage under the Trump administration has eroded the gains made since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, which made insurance attainable for 20 million people.

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Half of American Adults Are Worried About Going Bankrupt Due to Medical Bills

The jump in people worried about medical bankruptcy was largely driven by young people and people of color.

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Rent, Unemployment Insurance, and Other Important COVID-19 Deadlines: What You Need To Know In AZ

Don't lose track of what’s due — and when. Check our list of COVID-related due dates for deadlines postponed by the pandemic.

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This Phoenix Teenager With Muscular Dystrophy Needs Your Help. Here’s How You Can Do It.

Mackenzie, 14, whose family has financially been impacted by COVID-19, needs a motorized transport chair to get in and out of her family car.

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Recursos Para Obtener Ayuda en Arizona Contra el COVID-19 — Completamente en Español

Todos estamos viviendo momentos de temor al enfrentar el COVID-19. Sin embargo, para aquellos que no hablan inglés, la ansiedad es aún más grande porque no logran entender a fondo la poca información que hay disponible.

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Republicans Still Want to Take Health Care Away From 20 Million Americans—in the Middle of a Pandemic

The 2010 healthcare law provided tens of millions of Americans with health care and guaranteed coverage for the 135 million Americans under 65 who live with pre-existing conditions.

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How America’s Health Insurance System Could Make the Coronavirus Outbreak Even Worse

In 2018, 28 million American adults did not have coverage, and one in five went without needed medical care due to cost.