As a small business owner, even before the pandemic, I’ve relied on the ACA marketplace for my health insurance. And as I have multiple auto-immune diseases, I can not live without it.
According to a new report, more than a half-million Floridians could lose their health care if Congress doesn’t make a tax credit included in the American Rescue Plan permanent.
A new report from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Urban Institute shows that more than three million people – including 84,000 New Jerseyans would lose their coverage if Congress fails to make the American Rescue Plan’s enhanced premium tax credits permanent.
There’s good news and some ominous news about the ongoing effort to keep health insurance coverage affordable for Americans, especially in states like Wisconsin that feature ongoing opposition by Republicans.