Gabrielle Union, Aisha Tyler Urge Women to Get Health Care
Talk show host Aisha Tyler and actresses Gabrielle Union and Scarlett Johansson recently lent their voices to a new phone campaign for Planned Parenthood (PP). The women recorded messages expressing how important the Affordable Care Act is for uninsured women and how and where women can go to enroll, according to a PP press release.
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