That moment when you’re at the pharmacy picking up your birth control and you hand over your insurance card, and they tell you your copayment dropped from $102 to $15.

And then you realize that, because of the man you voted for sticking up for the basic right to affordable health care, today millions of other people found out that they are going to be able to stop making the choice between food and medicine, and will get to experience that relief too. Thank you, President Obama.

Posted 2 years ago on June 28 with 7,005 notes
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    There’s some hope for U.S. health care.
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    Agenda 21 anyone? How about that moment when your monthly health insurance fee goes up to 800….and if you decide to opt...
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    Except for the fact that my parents can now barely afford the new mandated plan, and were told that our copay is now...
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    If your copay is $102, you might be doing something wrong.
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    holy cow! I don’t buy birth control any more (menopause!) but this is huge.
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