Last year, President Obama nominated Dr. Vivek Murthy for Surgeon General of the United States. However, his confirmation has been stalled due to obstructionists in Congress despite an urgent need for America’s “Top Doctor.” Not only is Dr. Murthy a distinguished medical practitioner with immense amounts of experience in public health, technology integration, and the non-profit sector, but he also understands the health challenges facing Millennials throughout the country.
President Obama just wrapped up a town hall with freelancers, creative professionals, and entrepreneurs this afternoon at Cross Campus in Los Angeles, CA, where he provided an economic update for Millennials. The President’s remarks reminded us of the key policies he has implemented since taking office and in particular nine times those policies helped our generation’s economic well-being.
Haley Dunphy might have been able to afford college, but there are millions of Americans out there suffering under the burden of student loan debt. Fortunately, there’s a way to help them.
So you’re turning the big 2-6. (It’s ok—26 is the new 18!) And you’ve probably heard a lot of buzz about the Obamacare’s “open enrollment period” that just ended.
Now that the first open enrollment period under the Affordable Care Act has closed, the only way you can purchase health insurance until the next open enrollment period is through a “special enrollment” moment. And good news, Millennials—we have these #EnrollmentMoments more than other Americans.
While people are freaking out about changes to their insurance, here are some reminders of why we needed a change in the first place.
Next time you feel like calling it quits, just remember these people who had to try, try, try again.