The White House shares 5 ways Obamacare helps the LGBT community

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) is being cited by the White House as an example of the government's work towards equality for LGBT people in the country, and an infographic is provided to explain how.

On the White House's blog, "Obamacare" is listed among the accomplishments for the LGBT community, alongside of the repeals of the Defense of Marriage Act and Don't Ask Don't tell, that have occurred during the president's time in office. The White House also provided a handy list to demonstrate the ways in which the ACA seeks to eliminate discrimination and provide affordable, accessible healthcare to the LGBT community:

To learn more about the ACA's relationship with LGBT organizations, how to sign up, and how to spread the word, visit the White House's blog and let your friends on social media know to #GetCovered.

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