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Investments in community health centers made under the Affordable Care Act are helping Contra Costa County, California
Miller highlighted how investments in Community Health Centers, provided under the Affordable Care Act, are helping deliver higher-quality health care to more than 3.2 million patients in California.
Affordable Care Act contributes to the recent slowdown in cost growth, helps consumers and businesses save money
New figures showing the lowest growth of health care spending and prices in decades is due in part to the Affordable Care Act.
Miller issued the following statement on the passing of Former President Nelson Mandela.
The first non-wired fully electric bus route in the Bay Area is one step closer to completion.
Due to New Health Law, Up to 129 Million Americans with Pre-Existing Conditions Will No Longer Face Discrimination
Miller touted new figures released today highlighting the approximate number of individuals in California with pre-existing conditions who will be protected from discrimination by insurance companies beginning in January.
Miller applauded new figures released today highlighting the number of individuals in California and across the country who have gained access to free preventive care, like cancer screenings and immunizations, due to the Affordable Care Act.
Rep. Miller applauded a week-long extension in December to allow consumers more time to shop and enroll in a health plan to receive coverage beginning January 1.
Miller Applauds Northgate High School for National Sports Safety Award for Concussion Prevention Work
Miller and concussion-prevention advocates unveil new concussion prevention guidelines at school ceremony; NFL endorses legislation today; issues statement of support
GOP Votes – Again – to Put Insurance Companies Back in Charge of Americans’ Health Care, Charge Women More for Health Insurance
House Republicans voted today yet again to put insurance companies back in charge of Americans’ health care.