People applying for Affordable Care Act coverage line outside an insurance brokerage in Miami’s Mall of the Americas in December 2014. According to a recent study by the nonpartisan Urban Institute, a partial repeal of the health law would reverse historic coverage gains and destabilize insurance markets.
People applying for Affordable Care Act coverage line outside an insurance brokerage in Miami’s Mall of the Americas in December 2014. According to a recent study by the nonpartisan Urban Institute, a partial repeal of the health law would reverse historic coverage gains and destabilize insurance markets. Gaston De Cardenas el Nuevo Herald
People applying for Affordable Care Act coverage line outside an insurance brokerage in Miami’s Mall of the Americas in December 2014. According to a recent study by the nonpartisan Urban Institute, a partial repeal of the health law would reverse historic coverage gains and destabilize insurance markets. Gaston De Cardenas el Nuevo Herald

Partial repeal would leave more uninsured than before Obamacare, study says

December 07, 2016 06:51 PM

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