- Health care works for women, children, seniors – everyone. More than 2.9 million Michiganders received preventative care such as mammograms and colonoscopies for free in 2011.
- Health care works for young adults: 57,527 Young Adults in Michigan are now insured because of the new health care law.
- Health care works for seniors: 84,168 Medicare beneficiaries saved more than $48 million on prescription drugs because of the new health care law.
- Health care works for small businesses: A growing number of businesses offering health care coverage are taking advantage of tax credits available under the law.
Involved Voters can find information about what portions of the ACA have already been implemented and what's still to come on the healthcare.gov timeline page.
On Monday, March 26th, the Supreme Court will begin oral arguments about the constitutionality of the law. The proceedings will be worth following.
If you or someone in your family has already benefited from the ACA or will in the future, I encourage you to write a letter to the editor or comment online during this important time.