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More states are discussing alternative models through waivers as a politically viable way to implement the expansion.Read Brief
of the roughly 30 million adults remaining uninsured at the end of 2014 were eligible for assistance under the law.
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Larry Levitt and Gary Claxton explore the policy implications for consumers and insurance markets if the Court were to side with the plaintiffs in the King v. Burwell challenge to the Affordable Care Act’s consumer subsidies.View All Perspectives
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