• Stronger Consumer Rights and Protections
    • 105 million Americans no longer have lifetime dollar limits on their coverage.

      More than 129 million Americans with pre-existing conditions can no longer be denied coverage or charged more because of their health.

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  • More Affordable Coverage
    • Insurance companies have to spend at least 80 percent of your premium dollars on health care. If they don't meet the standard, they have to provide rebates to consumers — and millions of consumers have received $1.9 billion in rebates.

      Since the Affordable Care Act was enacted, health care prices have risen at the slowest rate in nearly 50 years.

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  • Better Access to Care
    • After five years of the Affordable Care Act, more than 16 million Americans have gained health coverage, and the nation’s uninsured rate is now the lowest ever recorded. 137 million Americans with private health coverage are now guaranteed preventive services coverage with no cost sharing, including 55 million women and 28 million children.

      Since 2010, 5.7 million young adults have gained coverage due to the ACA’s provision allowing young adults to remain on a parent’s plan to age 26 and its broader expansion of coverage.

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  • Stronger Medicare
    • More than 9.4 million seniors and other people with Medicare have saved more than $15 billion on their prescription drugs.

      More than 39 million seniors received one or more free preventive services.

      The life of the Medicare Trust Fund has been extended by 13 years since the enactment of the Affordable Care Act, through 2030.

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