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#GetCovered: My Story

More than 8 Million Americans have signed up for health coverage thanks to the Affordable Care Act. Read personal stories of how the Marketplace has helped people across the country. Share your #GetCovered story with us here:

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Miesha Ann Mack: 'It's important to have health insurance. I'm moving forward.' Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, young adults who had been in foster care, like Miesha, can be covered by Medicaid until their 26th birthday.

Being able to get affordable, quality coverage through the Marketplace is a matter of respect.

It was one of the most relieving things ever. The Affordable Care Act is allowing me to pursue my dreams. –James, a 29 year-old Floridian no...

Secretary Sebelius poses for a photo with Cool and Dre during an outreach and enrollment event in Miami, FL.

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Twitter / HHSGov: Having health insurance enables ...

I've launched my small business & can focus on expanding it because I can now afford health coverage for my entire family. - Betsy Furler, a...

LaNika: 'It was a breath of fresh air. I gained so much confidence.' -LaNika from Detroit on getting covered & receiving her insurance card....

#GetCovered: My Story |

Thanks to the affordable Care Act, millions of Americans like Mark from Austin, TX, can enroll in new health insurance options in the Health Insurance Marketplace. Enroll today at

Mick’s Enrollment Story: Buying health insurance isn’t an impulse decision and like many shopping on the Marketplace, Mick weighed his decision carefully. After more than a week of deliberation, Mick decided to go with a silver plan.

Nashvillians begin to sign up for Obamacare, via The Tennessean

VIDEO: Daniel's Covered. You Can Be Covered Too!

A quote about health insurance from Savanah from Tampa, FL.

Elizabeth knows it’s important to have health insurance, and was eager to check out her options on the Marketplace.

Alejandra is an ambitious student with big dreams. She is looking forward to college and has plans to become a health professional – just like her big sister Mayra. And like millions of young adults across the country, Alejandra does not have health insurance.