Sara B., Hartford, CT
I’ll never forget the day when my mom told me that the only times she went to the doctor were when she went into labor with my older brother Sean, and then again with me. Guess why? Because she couldn’t afford health insurance.
She first told me that story years ago when the Affordable Care Act was still a pipe dream. But now, affordable health care is finally here and more women can start taking charge of their own health and that of their families.
I’m one of the estimated 27 million women from all corners of the country who are already benefiting from the birth control coverage rules, and I’m not willing to stay silent while politicians in Washington try to take it away from me.