Why 27 Million Are Still Uninsured Under Obamacare

When the Obamacare Act was signed into law in 2010, it promised to provide health insurance to millions of American people. Since then, the law has been partly successful in pushing the U.S. uninsured rate down to a record low. However, the ACA’s new insurance markets are proving to be volatile, with insurers recording big losses and pulling out. Moreover, there are still millions of people in need of health insurance in the U.S. Bloomberg takes a look at who the remaining uninsured people are, in an attempt to provide clues to how the health law is falling short, and what can be done to fix it…

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