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Jacobs made her directorial debut with “The Queen of Code,” a documentary short film about Grace Hopper, the computer scientist and high-ranking naval officer.
The short premiered on Nate Silver’s Five Thirty Eight website on January 28, 2015 as part of the “Signals” docu-series, where filmmakers use data analytics to explore stories across political, economic, science, lifestyle and sports domains.
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Her theater credits include Philip Seymour Hoffman's “The Little Flower of East Orange” opposite Ellen Burstyn and Michael Shannon at the Public Theater, “A Feminine Ending” at the Playwrights Theater and Adam Rapp's “Cagelove” at the Rattlestick Theater.
Jacobs received her Bachelor of Fine Arts at The Juilliard School.
For example, the Trump administration decided to at least partially halt marketing and outreach encouraging people to sign up for health coverage.
Upcoming, Jacobs will be seen in the new Mike Birbiglia dramatic comedy, “Don’t Think Twice,” starring alongside Keegan-Michael Key and Kate Micucci.Hewitt referred to a article that quotes the president of Aetna saying that in many places people will lose health care insurance.We couldn’t find that article, but a simple remark on how premiums are rising and insurers are leaving the marketplace is not enough evidence to meet the actuarial definition of a death spiral.As House Speaker Paul Ryan put it, "Obamacare is the law of the land." But some conservatives say that President Barack Obama’s signature piece of legislation can’t last much longer, regardless of whether Congress finds a legislative compromise."It is in a death spiral," conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt said March 26 on yesterday pointed out that — the president of Aetna — that you will lose coverage in many places in America for everyone, and that to me is a death spiral for those people." The idea that Obamacare is in a "death spiral" — a specific term used in the health insurance industry — is a claim that we’ve heard before. We reached out to Hewitt through his radio program but did not hear back.
The latest government figures show enrollment in the Affordable Care Act is slightly down from last year. 31, 2017, some 12.2 million people were signed up for coverage through a federal or state marketplace, which is a decrease of 500,000, or 4 percent, from the same point last year.