Words matter. These are the best Affordable Quotes from famous people such as Marco Rubio, Sylvia Mathews Burwell, Kendrick Meek, Kat Timpf, Deb Haaland, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
One way to make health care more affordable is a Flexible Savings Account that allows families to save tax free money to pay for medical bills.
Technologies, including cell phones, have the potential to help millions of poor people out of poverty by enabling access to a range of safe, affordable financial services – most importantly, savings accounts – that have long been out of reach.
Looking at affordable health care, I think it is important that we look not only at prescription drugs, but also make sure that there is a major focus on health care.
Personally, I chose my own undergraduate institution in large part because the scholarship options made it affordable for me to attend. Make no mistake: The financial feasibility of each school’s cost was a major part of making my decision, as it was for almost everyone I knew.
The provision of healthcare in America has been a major policy issue for many decades. From the establishment of Medicare & Medicaid to the Affordable Care Act, we have struggled to find a solution for not just providing access to healthcare – but also becoming a healthier population.
I’d really love to see a business model for higher education going forward that is actually affordable, that uses modern technology to reach scale and quality and that really reimburses the services rendered in a way that’s meaningful to everybody.
While Matt Bevin only helps his special interest donors, I care about expanding access to affordable health care for our families and making sure workers have the training and skills they need to get good-paying jobs.
The Affordable Care Act has been designed to provide health security by driving competition, lowering premiums, and protecting families.
Cities around the United States do not have land use planning like we have in Oregon, and they are all struggling with issues like affordable housing.
Parents need a full continuum of care and support from birth to kindergarten that is affordable and accessible – that means full day and full year. And let’s not forget that even in elementary school, working parents need access to the same kind of quality, affordable after-school programs!
Quality health care services must be accessible and affordable for all – not just those in certain ZIP codes or tax brackets.
We can create more affordable coverage options for all Americans and help patients with pre-existing conditions – without forcing any satisfied Americans to lose coverage they like – through high-risk pools and reinsurance options.
Bring market forces to bear on health care insurers. Creating a health care ‘exchange,’ one of the better ideas included in House Bill 3200, creates affordable, accessible and portable insurance for millions of Americans.
Along with a livable wage, many parents are desperate for quality affordable child care.
I am the son of a hand-loom weaver. I have a connection with yarn. I thought, ‘Why not try to make an affordable sanitary pad for my wife?’
The ‘Welfare Reform and Work’ Bill does nothing to address low wages, or underemployment, and I haven’t even got started on how it undermines the provision of affordable housing.
The Safe and Affordable Food Labeling Act aims to address unnecessary impediments to feeding the world.
With affordable health care, women can have economic security and the peace of mind that they will not become a financial burden on their families.
I always felt that Nano should have been marketed towards the owner of a two-wheeler because it was conceived giving the people who rode on two wheels with the whole family an all-weather safe form of affordable transportation, not the cheapest.
Natural gas is the one fuel that we have that’s affordable, it’s scaleable, it can replace coal over time, it can replace imported oil, can create American jobs.
I have experimented with semi-precious stones because it’s more fun and affordable too. Then, I have the colourful rubies, Columbian emeralds and a mix of everything.
Dell’s a company that has changed the IT landscape in making PCs and servers more affordable. There’s enormous opportunities to make IT more accessible to tens of millions of companies, kind of democratizing the ability for companies to gain access to IT.
I support the Affordable Care Act and believe we should take steps to further expand coverage and reduce costs.
For parents – women in particular – good quality, affordable childcare is vital.
When I first ran for Congress in 1992, I campaigned on a pledge to make affordable, quality healthcare a right, not a privilege, for all Americans.
I served on the committee in the U.S. House that wrote the Affordable Care Act. I defended it back home in endless town halls. I got elected to the Senate, and when no one wanted to stand up for the ACA in its early days, I took up the cause, going to the Senate floor nearly every week to extol its virtues.
The Affordable Care Act was not affordable. The Affordable Care Act is not affordable.
We at Sun Cellular will definitely continue our consistent business policy of offering the best value for consumers’ money. Yes, we shall offer the most affordable but reliable service.
The Affordable Care Act has been a clear and obvious success here in Connecticut and around the country.
On reflection, I am always pleasantly surprised when ordinary members of the public stop me in the street to say, ‘Thank you,’ I guess for making travel and other goods and services affordable to them.
Many smart folks seem to think that if you just get your metaphors and messages right, you’ll win. That if you start describing what you favor as a ‘moral value’ – ‘affordable health care is a moral value’ etc., – then you’ll appeal to red-state voters.
While Senator Collins continues to put the Affordable Care Act – and protections for Mainers with pre-existing conditions – at risk, I’ve fought to protect and expand access to health care here in Maine.
By using our renewable resources, energy can be generated in a carbon-responsible, cost-effective manner that also creates jobs and mitigates climate change, providing a workable and affordable solution that will keep our planet healthy.
Imagine a safe city with all the affordable housing we need, a city that uses its resources to help lift the marginalized up and into stability. This is the Portland I imagine. This is the Portland I dream about every single day.
If Britain is to have a stable, affordable pension system, people need to work longer, but we will reward their hard work with a decent state pension that will enable them to enjoy quality of life in their retirement.
Nutritionists have known for some time now that in order to get people to change what they eat, we need to provide them with more access to affordable, healthy food as well as information on how to cook and prepare it.
We must grow the workforce in order to grow the economy, invest in our future and care for the most vulnerable – and that means we have to make Vermont more affordable for families and businesses. That’s the bottom line.
I don’t think it should be a surprise when we’re talking about energy and trying to have more home-grown energy, be less reliant on foreign oil when you look at our health care that we’re trying to get more affordable health care, that these are going to create major debates in this country and be somewhat polarizing.
It’s just really important I think for fashion to be affordable, because everyone should have the opportunity to wear cute things and be happy and comfortable in what they are wearing. That’s definitely how I like to shop and how I like to think about clothes and fashion.
It took me a while to get an electric guitar and a bass and amps and stuff. Playing the acoustic guitar was much easier and more affordable. But I was always listening to the radio and was interested in all the rock and pop music.
The basic right to quality and affordable health care is under assault by Donald Trump and Republicans in Washington.
What we did with Raycon is, not only do we have electric transportation, we have headphones speakers, smart watches. High demand, high quality, but affordable.
I think mobile homes are a blight on the planet. Attractive, affordable housing is possible, and I’m out to prove it.
If you really believe that you’re making a difference and that you can leave a legacy of better schools and jobs and safer streets, why would you not spend the money? The objective is to improve the schools, bring down crime, build affordable housing, clean the streets – not to have a fair fight.
Enacting elements of the Affordable Care Act isn’t backtracking on core principles, but rather understanding that new ways to help make health care affordable builds stronger businesses and saves struggling hospitals. And that is a very attractive offer.
In my experience, not all women want to run the world. Not all women want to run a big banking conglomerate. Not all women want to be prime minister. What a lot of women want is a good career that respects them… and high-quality, affordable childcare.
Planned Parenthood’s work – bringing affordable and accessible health care to as many women (and men and all people) as possible – isn’t just the right thing to do. It’s the urgent thing to do.