Nine years after Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, we learn this about the uninsured in Texas:
Despite a booming Texas economy, more Texans lost or dropped their insurance coverage from 2017 to 2018, according to a new report from the U.S. Census Bureau.
That marks the second consecutive year-to-year increase of Texas’ uninsured rate.
And with about 5 million uninsured people — about 17.7% of the total population — Texas remains the state with the highest uninsured rate out of all 50 states, the census data released Tuesday shows.
Okay — so Texas is #1 again, but on the wrong list.
Wasn’t Obamacare supposed to fix this? How many times did we hear that everyone would have coverage, no […]can’t afford their premiums!
Read the full story from The American Thinker
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