Month: September 2015

Health Insurance Marketplace’s First Years Brings Coverage to Many

This is a guest post from Enroll Nebraska intern Sally Henry. According to the United States Census Bureau, the percentage of Americans without health insurance dropped from 13.3 to 10.4 percent between the years of 2013 and 2014.  In other words, 8.8 million people gained health insurance. Kaiser Health News recently published a succinct overview of the Census Bureau’s study… Read more →

In The News: Affordable Care Act can help Native Americans find coverage

This is a guest post from Enroll Nebraska intern Sally Henry. Hi, my name is Sally! I come from California/Iowa (long story), and after many years grumbling about how terrible winter is, I courageously began my voyage back to California’s perpetual summertime after graduating high school.  I only made it about three hours from home before finding myself enrolled in… Read more →