Residents of Florida and Texas surveyed by the nonprofit Commonwealth Fund in 2016 were more likely to report having trouble paying medical bills than those who live in California and New York, where insurance gains under the Affordable Care Act were greater because those states expanded eligibility for Medicaid.
Residents of Florida and Texas surveyed by the nonprofit Commonwealth Fund in 2016 were more likely to report having trouble paying medical bills than those who live in California and New York, where insurance gains under the Affordable Care Act were greater because those states expanded eligibility for Medicaid.
Residents of Florida and Texas surveyed by the nonprofit Commonwealth Fund in 2016 were more likely to report having trouble paying medical bills than those who live in California and New York, where insurance gains under the Affordable Care Act were greater because those states expanded eligibility for Medicaid.

Floridians and Texans had trouble paying medical bills in 2016, study says

March 22, 2017 11:32 AM

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