MedCity News October 15, 2020
Elise Reuter

With a new nominee as the Supreme Court prepares to hear a case that could determine the future of the Affordable Care Act, the health law’s future has been thrown into question. According to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the number of uninsured could increase by 70% if the ACA is overturned.

With an approaching Supreme Court hearing that could determine the future of the Affordable Care Act,  and the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett, the future of the health law has been thrown into question. If the ACA is overturned, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation estimates that more than 21 million people could lose their health insurance by 2022, a roughly 70% increase in the uninsurance rate for nonelderly...

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