As the Number of Uninsured Falls, Potential Fallout to Repealing the ACA Grows

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<p>Twenty million fewer Americans were uninsured in the first nine months of 2015 than in 2010, according to a recent federal survey. In a new post for the <em>Wall Street Journal’s</em> Think Tank, Commonwealth Fund President David Blumenthal, M.D., discusses how this reality affects repeal efforts.</p><p>“Taking health insurance away from 20 million newly covered people–equivalent to the populations of Tennessee, Indiana, and Missouri combined—would adversely affect some voters in virtually every congressional district of the country,” he writes.</p>
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