Today marks the third anniversary of the signing of the Affordable Care Act, and there is much to celebrate but still more to do, especially regarding health care for immigrants.
Because of that law, the last three years have brought big improvements in access to health care. Women have better access to key preventive services and children can no longer be denied insurance because of a pre-existing condition. And — for the first time — low-income childless adults will be able to get coverage under Medicaid in a number of states.
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