10 Reasons Why Black Women Should Enroll in Obamacare

Ladies, meeting that March 31 deadline is important!

Affordable Care Act - Strips millions of Americans and their families of the private marketplace health plans and the expanded Medicaid coverage they have obtained due to the Affordable Care Act.  (Photo: LWA/Getty Images)

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Affordable Care Act - Strips millions of Americans and their families of the private marketplace health plans and the expanded Medicaid coverage they have obtained due to the Affordable Care Act.  (Photo: LWA/Getty Images)

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Enroll Now

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Birth Control Is Included

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Preventive Care Matters

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Breastfeeding Made Easier

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STD/HIV Counseling and Testing

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You Don’t Have to Pay More Than Men

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No More Referrals to See Your Gyno

Seniors and Medicare - Seniors will see the end of the Medicare guarantee, including the 23 percent of Medicare enrollees who are people of color. Seniors would be forced to pay more for preventive services and prescription drugs under the Ryan budget.  (Photo: JGI/Tom Grill/Getty Images)

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Goodbye Pre-Existing Conditions

Because It Works - Since 2010, more than 500,000 Blacks have gotten health coverage and more than half of that number consists of Black women. Plus, 60 percent of Americans are eligible for plans that are $100 or less.   (Photo: Getty Images)

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Because It Works

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Nov. 27, 2014 - Online enrollment for small businesses to buy insurance for employees in the federal marketplace delayed until November 2014.   (Photo: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

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Peace of Mind

Uninsured and Unaware - As the White House prepares to implement additional provisions in the Affordable Care Act, 81 percent of Americans say they know about the individual mandate.  But among those who are currently uninsured, a Gallup survey released July 2 shows, 43 percent said they were unaware that they must have coverage by Jan. 1. (Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

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Reducing Our Racial Health Disparities