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The Affordable Care Act: What does it mean for social workers?

By now, you probably know the Supreme Court upheld Obama’s Affordable Care Act. What does this mean for you as a social worker? NASW-NC’s own Board of Directors Graduate Representative, Laurel Sisler explains it here, The Affordable Care Act and Implications for Social Workers.

For more resources, see NASW and Health Care Reform.

What do you know about the Affordable Care Act? How will it affect you as a practicing social worker?


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