May 07, 2015

Nearly 17 million get Obamacare coverage since fall 2013 | WashingtonExaminer.com

Nearly 17 million people got health coverage through Obamacare since major provisions of the law took effect, according to a new study released Wednesday from the RAND Corporation. The think tank found that from September 2013, the year of the first open enrollment, to February 2015 nearly 23 million people gained coverage and nearly 6 million people lost coverage. The study published in the...

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