Putting our political views aside, here is a great blog from the Washington Bar Association on gains for women under the Affordable Care Act. This explains how women made great strides in equal treatment under the Affordable Care Act.
“A recent report showed 40% of women today are a household’s primary income earner, but they are more likely to not be insured through their own employer than men, and 20% of women between 18 and 64 go uninsured. That is 1 in 5 women who could benefit from the Marketplace’s health insurance plans. See the 10 ways women’s healthcare is advancing as a result of the Affordable Care Act.” read the full article here…
Source: NW Sidebar
Written by: Charity Anastasio