Multiple articles, Sept. 22, 2010
When Tamisha Jackson turned 22 and graduated from college last year, she was pushed off her parents’ health insurance plan. Since then, she’s become a graduate student in women’s studies at Towson University but hasn’t been able to foot the $1,400 annual bill for coverage from the school. To compensate, she’s been popping vitamins and watching her step.
This article appeared in The Baltimore Sun, India Times, LA Times and Current