And very importantly, when the health exchanges are up and running in 2014, those without health insurance will have affordable options available to them. Starting in two years, low-income Americans will be eligible for Medicaid and middle-income Americans will be eligible for tax credits to help pay for private coverage through the health insurance exchanges. This is especially important since we know two of the biggest factors hindering health care for Latinas are cost and not having a regular doctor. Latinas are the backbone of a strong and healthy family. Preventative care made accessible by the ACA will help more of us avoid health problems while also keeping our esposos and niños healthy.