Physical, mental, and emotional health are the building blocks of a fair and just society. That requires access to comprehensive, high-quality health care, regardless of anyone’s income, race, or where they were born. It also means addressing systemic racism that has harmed the health of Black and brown communities. New Jersey can and should do more to allow all residents to lead healthy lives.

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GetCoveredNJ: How New Jersey’s State-Based Exchange Will Make Health Coverage More Affordable

Census 2019: New Jersey’s Uninsured Rate Increased for the First Time in Years

COVID-19 Job Loss Leaves More Than 100,000 New Jerseyans Uninsured

NJPP Applauds Passage of State-Level Health Insurance Assessment

The Health Insurance Assessment Will Make Coverage More Affordable and Accessible

New Jersey Can Act Now to Make Health Care More Affordable: The Health Insurance Assessment Explained

Promoting Equal Opportunities for Children Living in Poverty

NJPP: Trump Budget Proposes Devastating Cuts to Health and Social Programs

Protecting Roe v. Wade is Not Enough

NJPP: New Jersey Takes Major Step to Codify ACA Protections

More Hispanic and Asian Children Uninsured Likely Due to Chilling Effect

New Proposed Rule Threatens the Future of Medicaid

State-Based Exchange Will Ensure Health Care is Affordable

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It’s Time for All Kids Health Coverage

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Targeted Public Investments Can Improve Health Across New Jersey

Defending Reproductive Rights in New Jersey by Improving Access to Health Care for All

New Jersey’s Individual Market Premiums to be Among the Lowest in the Nation

Impact of Threats to Health Care by Congressional District

Congressional Threats to Health Programs Could Harm Millions of New Jerseyans