More Republican Districts Have Low Health-Coverage RatesJohn McCormick and Greg Giroux
In Texas, each of the 36 U.S. House districts have health-insurance coverage rates that are below the national average, according to U.S. Census Bureau data compiled by Bloomberg. The state, home to Obamacare opponent Republican Senator Ted Cruz, also is first in the nation for having the highest uninsured rate.
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