health insurance

Thousands of Virginians don't have health insurance because their employers don't offer it or they can't afford it.   If Virginia lawmakers were to take advantage of enhanced federal funding, the state could provide Medicaid coverage for up to 400,000 additional individuals.
The faces in the halls of government have changed, but one thing stays the same: AARP’s commitment to ensuring affordable access to high-quality health care. On May 23, AARP Virginia advocacy volunteers will head to the Capitol in Washington to meet with members of Congress and their staffs to ask them to protect Medicare and ensure affordable access to health insurance.
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Sens. Adam Ebbin, Barbara Favola, & Janet Howell, Dels. Bob Brink, Patrick Hope, Rob Krupicka, & Alfonso Lopez
Senior Couple - Medical Bills
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barry and james noel
RICHMOND _ When Barry Noel lost his job five years ago he had difficulty finding and affording health insurance for his family, including five children.
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