Uninsured Population Swells in Advance of U.S. Health LawAlex Wayne
Almost half of working-age adults in the U.S. had inadequate health insurance or no coverage at all last year, a widening deficit that the Affordable Care Act should mitigate, according to data from the Commonwealth Fund.
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