This afternoon, March 21st, the White House will honor Wisconsin Alliance for Women's Health Executive Director, Sara Finger as one of ten Champions of Change who are dedicated to improving access to health care. These individuals are helping others in their community understand the impact and opportunities from the health care law, the Affordable Care Act.
"The President's health law gives hard working, middle-class families the security they deserve. The Affordable Care Act forces insurance companies to play by the rules, prohibiting them from dropping your coverage if you get sick, billing you into bankruptcy through annual or lifetime limits, and soon, discriminating against anyone with a pre-existing condition," said Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. "Thanks to the people attending today's event, Americans across the country are learning more about the benefits of the Affordable Care Act and getting the health care they need."
The Champions of Change program was created as a part of President Obama's Winning the Future initiative. Each week, a different sector is highlighted and groups of Champions, ranging from educators to entrepreneurs to community leaders, are recognized for the work they are doing to serve and strengthen their communities.
To watch this event live, visit www.whitehouse.gov/live at 12:30 pm CT today.