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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?


4. After the Supreme Court decision: the implications of expanding Medicaid for uninsured low-income midlife adults


5. California emergency departments: use grows as coverage expands


6. California's ambulatory surgery centers: a black box of care


7. California's uninsured: progress toward universal coverage


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


9. The Facts on Medicare spending and financing


13. 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 care reforms on Americans 50--64: awareness and coverage expectations


18. 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


19. Monitoring the impact of health reform on Americans 50--64: Medicaid expansion and marketplace implementation increased health coverage


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


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


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