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Confused, Donald Trump, and School: Andy Slavitt @ASlavitt Following It's on! 2018 ACA enrollment has begun. 80% can find plans under $75/month. Go to healthcare.gov. Spread the word. 1:05 AM -1 Nov 2017 startrekgifs: grandpa-mermaid: askawelfarecaseworker: ramblinganthropologist: solitarelee: bi-trans-alliance: outforhealth: ironlion919: ppaction: Here’s what Donald Trump doesn’t want you to know: ACA open enrollment begins TODAY! Spread the word and #GetCovered. Also, the time to enroll has been CUT IN HALF. They tried to kill off the ACA, but could only manage to damage it. *****You have until Dec. 15! Don’t delay!***** healthcare.gov GO GO GO Reminder: the deadline is December 15 I did this last year and inexplicably turned out to be eligible for Medicaid in WV, which I STILL have. Absolute and total lifechanger that’s letting me go to school instead of having to work full time.  #signal boost#i know the original tweet is dated 2017 but the enrolment dates are the same!#november 1 to december 15#i got confused and thought i was reblogging something outdated#but this goes for 2019 coverage! Copying @xfreischutz‘s tags because it was a really good point. The dates for now are the same as last year. Get out there and get you your health insurance! (Personal note: I qualified for Medicaid in Pennsylvania last year and I wasn’t expecting it. It really does help if you do it.) NOTE - the Trump administration has allowed the sale of short term and catastrophic coverage plans. DO NOT BUY THESE. THEY WILL NOT HELP YOU. THEY ARE PREDATORY. Make sure, if you qualify for ACA coverage, that you are purchasing a plan that is at least Silver tier! @vague-humanoid !! ENDS DECEMBER 15 !!

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Money, Period, and Target: TIME IS RUNNING OUT! If you need health insurance for 2018, you must get enrolled by December 15th! DEC younginvincibles.org younginvincible: Open enrollment ends December 15! That means if you need health insurance, you can enroll in a plan through the individual health insurance marketplace, but time is running out.Even if you already have a plan you like, it’s a great opportunity to shop around and see if you can find a plan that saves you money. 80 percent of shoppers will find a plan for $75 a month or less. *Go to HealthCare.Gov to sign up for coverage.*What you need to know to get enrolled:The 2018 open enrollment period starts November 1 and ends December 15. That’s right, open enrollment is shorter this year, and the final deadline to enroll in coverage is December 15 for most states. Make a plan to enroll early and avoid the deadline rush!New plans and prices are available each year, and plans may be more affordable than you think. 8 in 10 marketplace shoppers can qualify for a plan for $75/month or less.Re-enrolling? Shop and save! It’s more important than ever to shop around. You may be eligible for additional savings, so make sure to log into your account, update your information, compare plans and pick the plan that’s right for you.Free, local help is available. Use the connector tool above to make an appointment for free in person help enrolling in coverage in your area.

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Anaconda, Bodies , and Complex: book Search for people, places and things November 1at 8:32pm near Baltimore when a girl says shes tired of being single and then participates in no shave November I WONDER WHY YOU'RE SINGLE. Like Comment Unfollow Post Ryan Harper and 37 others like this. Colin Wheeler hahahahah THIS November 1 at 8:33pm Like 4 Zach Bowman at least they stay warm lol November 1 at 8:35pm Like 1 Katie Childs Any girl who participates needs to stay away from the world for a month November 1 at 8:36pm Like 1 Mo Rezk NO-DICK DECEMBER November 1 at 8:36pm Like 3 John Hughes Maybe they have standards high enough that they don't want to date people who feel that the way women handle their bodies is the world's business. Maybe they'd like to date people who don't think that women owe the world prettiness," which is a manufactured concept anyway Keep in mind that leg shaving has only been a "cultural tradition for about 100 years, and was started by (you guessed it) shaving product companies. November 1 at 9:00pm . Like . 凸1 Katie Childs ....I just don't like having body hair because it's annoying November 1 at 9:01pm Like John Hughes And that's your choice. You're entitled to that choice. Just as other women are entitled to choose to make the choice not to shave November 1 at 9:02pm Like Katie Childs As I'm entitled to my opinion that it's gross. Yes? November 1 at 9:02pm Like John Hughes Yes. And I'm entited to tell you that your expression of that opinion is socially harmful. For example, people are entitled to be racists, but that doesn't mean it isn't wrong, and it doesn't mean I'm not going to call them out on it. November 1 at 9:04pm Like Katie Childs I'm sorry, I'm not changing my opinion. It may be socially harmful but I can't just change the way I × feel about something at the snap of someone's fingers. I shave pretty much every hair on my body except my head and eyebrows, and thats how I like it. It looks and feels clean and right. Also, I wasn't raised with the impression that I need to shave. My mom never talked about it and neither did my friends. I took it into my own hands at 12 to ask my mom for a razor because I literally think body hair is gross. Even on guys. I won't ask them to shave, but like armpit hair and leg hair is just ew November 1 at 9:08pm Like John Hughes So, let me get this straight. You acknowledge that guys have the right to keep their body hair even if you find it distasteful. But if a woman makes the same choice, you will ridicule her and tell her that she needs to stay away from the world for a month. That is a sex-based double standard. I.e, sexism. It doesn't matter if you find it distasteful. The world does not revolve around your tastes. We operate, or at least ought to operate, on a system where all people have basic ownership of their own bodies. And, as a society, we ought to strongly object to anyone who ridicules another person for exercising that right to their own bodies. Because ridicule is, in fact, a form of coercion. I am fulfilling that societal responsibility of calling you out for coercing other people You don't need to change your tastes. You just need to stop imposing them on other people. Other people don't exist for your tastes. November 1 at 9:13pm Like 2 Erin Dailey omg shut up girls are required to shave it says so in the girl handbook 23 minutes ago . Like . 1 Mo Rezk Thank you omfg 12 minutes ago via mobile Like 1 John Hughes Holy shit. You should join the debate team. "Omg shut up" just might be the most succinct, powerful argument I've ever read. Your conjectured condescending metaphor about a "girl handbook" makes me want to completely resign my position. You've shown me the light. I can see now: all women operate under a set of strict rules made up by sassy teenagers. They have no consciousness or bodily autonomy whatsoever Congratulations. You've addressed every single point of my complex argument with your one line dismissal. You have won. You are the queen of all girls. Straw-feminists the world over are melting under the shining beams your righteousc about a minute ago Like rite a comment. macklemorrigan: john hughes for president
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