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Two-thirds of those who remain uninsured eligible for full or subsidized coverage #Obamacare #Medicaid

Two-thirds of those who remain uninsured eligible for full or subsidized coverage #Obamacare #Medicaid

At least 48 million Americans could lose their health insurance under Ryan Budget 2.0. (at least half of those who would lose their coverage would be women, of course).

At least 48 million Americans could lose their health insurance under Ryan Budget 2.0. (at least half of those who would lose their coverage would be women, of course).

Continuing to close the prescription drug coverage gap. ~~ Making my Mom's out of pocket expenses lower!

Continuing to close the prescription drug coverage gap. ~~ Making my Mom's out of pocket expenses lower!

Medicaid Spending & Enrollment Who is Covered and What does the Program Spend on their Care?

Affordable health insurance for individuals, families and the self-employed

Medicaid Spending & Enrollment Who is Covered and What does the Program Spend on their Care?

A quick and easy way to determine if you’ll be eligible for a federal tax credit to help you save money when you #getenrolled in #health #insurance.

A quick and easy way to determine if you’ll be eligible for a federal tax credit to help you save money when you #getenrolled in #health #insurance.

Does medicaid make a difference? A Commonwealth Fund Survey looks at the experiences of continuously insured adults with Medicaid.

Does medicaid make a difference? A Commonwealth Fund Survey looks at the experiences of continuously insured adults with Medicaid.

Uninsured rates fell by more than 10 percentage points among the poorest Americans eligible for Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act — those earning less than 138% of the federal poverty line.

Republicans call Obamacare a 'failure.' These 7 charts show they couldn't be more wrong

Uninsured rates fell by more than 10 percentage points among the poorest Americans eligible for Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act — those earning less than 138% of the federal poverty line.

More than 500,000 Pennsylvanians have enrolled in Medicaid, thanks to Obamacare's expansion provisions.

More than 500,000 Pennsylvanians have enrolled in Medicaid, thanks to Obamacare's expansion provisions.

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