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

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

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

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

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26. 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

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27. Monitoring the impact of health reform on Americans ages 50--64: access to health care improved during early ACA marketplace implementation

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

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30. Understanding the rules: federal legal considerations for state-based approaches to expand coverage in California

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