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1. Adequate premium tax credits are vital to maintain access to affordable health coverage for older adults


3. After millions of Californians gain health coverage under the Affordable Care Act, who will remain uninsured?


5. Californians maintain health insurance coverage despite national trends


6. Changes in health coverage by race and ethnicity since implementation of the ACA: 2013-2017


7. Community health centers continue steady growth, but challenges loom


8. Did the Affordable Care Act reduce racial and ethnic disparities in health insurance coverage?


9. Easing the stigma of public coverage: workers with health coverage at their jobs get significant government aid too


10. The Facts on Medicare spending and financing


14. Health insurance coverage eight years after the ACA: fewer uninsured Americans and shorter coverage gaps, but more underinsured


15. Job-based coverage insures less than half of nonelderly Californians in 2011


17. Monitoring the impact of health reform on American's ages 50--64: fewer Americans ages 50--64 have difficulty paying family medical bills after early ACA marketplace implementation


18. Monitoring the impact of health reform on Americans 50--64: use of insurance marketplaces


19. Monitoring the impact of health reform on Americans ages 50--64: uninsured rate dropped by nearly half between December 2013 and March 2015


20. Newly insured Californians would fall by more than 1 million under the Affordable Care Act without the requirement to purchase insurance