Healthcare law turns five.


Fight to defend it more important than ever.

By: Dian Palmer, RN Chair, Nurse Alliance of SEIU Healthcare

By: Dian Palmer, RN Chair, Nurse Alliance of SEIU Healthcare

On March 23, the Affordable Care Act turned 5, and what a difference it has made in the lives of our patients. I hope that you took a moment to celebrate--without you, we never would have made this happen.

The law continues to be under attack and we must continue our efforts to protect and improve it for our patients. The latest attack by the extremists in the U.S. House of Representatives came as they advanced a budget that not only would repeal the healthcare law, but also would privatize Medicare. As nurses, we know this is not the path forward for better healthcare.

In Solidarity,
Dian Palmer, RN
Chair, Nurse Alliance of SEIU Healthcare

Affordable Care Act turns 5

On the fifth anniversary of the Affordable Care Act, we celebrate how the law is working to provide quality, affordable healthcare coverage to more Americans than in four decades--and the ongoing fight of SEIU members to promote and protect it.

Click here to see the video the SEIU team put together of the work our members have done in passing and protecting this historic law:


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