1 Million Texans Still Without Health Coverage
More than 700,000 Texans have signed up for a health plan through the online insurance marketplace. For that group, the Affordable Care Act appears to be working.
But an even larger number of Texans — one million or more — still have no access to affordable coverage because Texas officials opted out of a federal plan to expand Medicaid for the poorest adults.
From the Here & Now Contributors Network, Carrie Feibel of KUHF explains.
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