1. Hiding No More: Women's Mental Health Struggles Laid Bare  Ms. Magazine
  2. Insurance companies can’t keep shirking mental health coverage | Opinion  lehighvalleylive.com
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My stomach is in knots with social media buzz, reviews and accolades for the new film 'Birds Of Prey,' and I had a hard time watching the recent Academy Awards since 'The Joker' was nominated for 11 awards. Why isn't anyone asking what type of damage movies like these are doing to those of us who suffer with mental illness?

Hiding No More: Women’s Mental Health Struggles Laid Bare – Ms. Magazine

Many insurers don’t cover mental health services. Others find a way to circumvent a requirement to make benefits “comparable” to physical health coverage.

Insurance companies can’t keep shirking mental health coverage | Opinion - lehighvalleylive.com

“.@realDonaldTrump Admin continues to threaten women’s health & safety on an almost daily basis—rolling back laws that prohibit health insurers from charging more to women or by allowing women’s healthcare choices to be dictated by their employers’ religious beliefs. #ERANow”

Rep. Hank Johnson on Twitter: ".@realDonaldTrump Admin continues to threaten women’s health & safety on an almost daily basis—rolling back laws that prohibit health insurers from charging more to women or by allowing women’s healthcare choices to be dictated by their employers’ religious beliefs. #ERANow… https://t.co/GILW2cl3is"

“The health care industry front group that is attacking single payer *and* the public health insurance option touts the Culinary Union's opposition to Sanders' plan, framing it as an objection to "one-size-fits-all" health care.”

Daniel Marans on Twitter: "The health care industry front group that is attacking single payer *and* the public health insurance option touts the Culinary Union's opposition to Sanders' plan, framing it as an objection to "one-size-fits-all" health care.… https://t.co/BRHjeRyS2s"

“There are more than 1.5 million homeless public school students in America, yet the President proposed drastic cuts to programs that help children like SNAP & the Children’s Health Insurance Program. We must do more to support the most vulnerable among us. https://t.co/n1mdDGO8Io”

Rep. Haley Stevens on Twitter: "There are more than 1.5 million homeless public school students in America, yet the President proposed drastic cuts to programs that help children like SNAP & the Children’s Health Insurance Program. We must do more to support the most vulnerable among us. https://t.co/n1mdDGO8Io"

“I honestly don’t have enough expertise about insurance, Medicare for all, costs, etc., but I do know that a country that changes nothing and allows people to die or go in to debt for the rest of their lives to get proper medical care, is not a country any of us can be proud of.”

andy lassner on Twitter: "I honestly don’t have enough expertise about insurance, Medicare for all, costs, etc., but I do know that a country that changes nothing and allows people to die or go in to debt for the rest of their lives to get proper medical care, is not a country any of us can be proud of."