Tell Your ACA Success Story

Please share your stories or links to stories about successes of the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare.

If you tell your own story, make sure it’s yours or that of someone you know personally. If you’re submitting a link, it doesn’t have to be your story.

Keep things clean, polite and friendly. No cursing or attacks on ACA opponents.

If you’re submitting a story and not a link, please include a subject. If you don’t the editor will set it to “A reader writes…”

Please do not include any personal information such as names, addresses, email addresses or other personally identifiable information.

All submissions are reviewed before being posted, and there may be a delay before publication.

NOTE: We may edit your submission for grammar, spelling or clarity.
About
This Tumblr is here to showcase the success stories of the Affordable Care Act, and to provide a counter to the frequent disinformation floating around.

The person running ACA Success Stories and the Twitter account @ACASuccessTales is not affiliated with any government agency, news service, website, or other organization. He's just a guy who thinks one person telling their own story has more power than a million pundits.

The stories here are anecdotes told by people who submit them. The purpose is not to provide citations for some cause or other, but to share the success stories of the Affordable Care Act.

If you have a success story, I'd love to share it. Thank you for reading, and I hope you have a great day. Subscribe via RSS.