Hill Day Issues. Take Action Today!

The American College of Radiology® (ACR®) is holding its first virtual Capitol Hill Day Wednesday, May 19, as part of the 2021 Annual Meeting. About 350 attendees are scheduled to meet with their congressional lawmakers during the virtual event.  In an effort to increase the volume of our fellow ACR members’ voices, we ask that you take the time to contact your lawmakers and echo our virtual Hill Day message.
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Health coverage for unemployed harder to come by in some states
Source: Stateline.org

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Health coverage for unemployed harder to come by in some states
Source: Stateline.org

Shawna Royer-Gravlin, who lives in Longmont, was one it the Coloradans who took advantage of the opportunity. The federal government has not changed its ruless to allow those previously unisured to sign up. As of now, they must wiat until fall for the open enrollment period. Congress has provided funding for free testing for the uninsured but not for treatment.

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