A quick look at the week of January 17, 2011.
As part of his commitment to transparency, President Obama ordered that White House visitor records be released. This White House has released more than 950,000 records to date.
Take a look back at the month of October through the eyes of Pete Souza and the White House Photo Office.
Paul was born with hemophilia, so his experience with health insurance has been a “lifelong endeavor.” Provisions in the Affordable Care Act eliminating lifetime limits make keeping coverage easier for Paul.
Lisa Sharp runs a bookstore and she didn’t think she would ever be able to provide health insurance to her employees. After losing several of her staff to jobs that offered benefits, she was happy to learn about the Affordable Care Act’s new small business tax credit.
Adrienne Lowe, like many college students, was wondering how she was going to get health care after she graduates from college. Because of the Affordable Care Act, she now has the option of remaining on her parents’ health insurance plan.
Take a look back at the month of August through the eyes of Pete Souza and the White House Photo Office.
FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate urges families to prepare for Hurricane Earl and briefs President Obama on preparations for potential impacts on the East Coast.
Secretary Clinton encourages donations to the Pakistan Relief Fund in a public service announcment released by the Ad Council to aid in the relief, recovery, and reconstruction efforts from the floods in Pakistan.
The Department of State has established the Pakistan Relief Fund for all Americans to join in standing with the Pakistani people as they combat the worst natural disaster in Pakistan history.