Today is the absolute last day to sign up for ObamaCare. Have you signed up for your health insurance yet?
Despite the Trump administration’s numerous attempts to repeal ObamaCare, there is still time to sign up. But the deadline of January 31st is now here.
In case you’re still unclear, Obama Care is a nickname for Affordable Care Act (ACA). The goal of ACA is to put in place comprehensive health insurance reforms that have improved access, affordability and quality in healthcare for Americans.
ObamaCare has made healthcare more accessible for well over 15 million Americans, but if you’re still unclear of the benefits, or simply why you should sign up, you can do your own research here.
Because of confusion and wrongful information being spread, along with the cancellation of many of the advertisements, some celebrities are using their voice to spread the word. Ava Duvernay, John Legend and comedian Colton Dunn are among the few. Huff Post Black Voices did a great job of pulling together celebrities advocating for ObamaCare, but you can check out some of them below.
Lots going on. Don’t forget self-care. The deadline for open enrollment is January 31. Go to @HealthCareGov for info on how to #GetCovered. pic.twitter.com/nMaaYX7SQB
— Ava DuVernay (@ava) January 29, 2017
If you want and need to sign up for the insurance exchanges, do so before Jan 31. You’ll be covered for the year. Tell a friend. https://t.co/CMUMO33xNN
— John Legend (@johnlegend) January 27, 2017
Some POS pulled all the ads so i made my own. Sign up for #Heathcare today! Deadline Jan 31st https://t.co/nvZGIFqGba #PullThisAd pic.twitter.com/U0N5uDCsZF
— colton dunn (@captdope) January 27, 2017
Dumb dumbs tried to pull ads. We stopped them! 3 more days! Go to https://t.co/OvjKSszcrF before January 31st! Tell yo friends! #PullThisAd pic.twitter.com/Ithl5pTDWq
— colton dunn (@captdope) January 28, 2017
They out here banning peeps, we out here getting healthcare. 2 more days! Go get it! https://t.co/OvjKSshBA7 #pullthisad #NoBanNoWall LA2NYC pic.twitter.com/mR4gmfe3lR
— colton dunn (@captdope) January 29, 2017
No gimmicks. One more day. https://t.co/HsKbuEt8Te. #ACA #PullThisAd #Love pic.twitter.com/GzfWN2BoSP
— colton dunn (@captdope) January 30, 2017
And most importantly, you can sign up for ObamaCare by simply going to HealthCare.Gov
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