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| Bloomberg Law

The elimination of the Medicaid expansion and federal financial assistance that helps people buy insurance in the individual market would have untoward impact “on the 20 million people with low to moderate incomes who would lose meaningful coverage, including 12 million people who get coverage th

| Southern Maryland News

The Trump administration’s efforts to destabilize the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will result in many of Maryland’s small businesses paying more for health insurance next year.

| San Jose Mercury News

Re: “Trump administration won’t defend the ACA” (Mercurynews.com, June 7):


The Trump administration’s efforts to destabilize the Affordable Care Act will result in many of California’s small businesses paying more for health insurance next year.

| The Washington Post

Also weighing in were three hospital trade groups, the Association of American Medical Colleges, and five major groups advocating for patients with diseases, including the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association and the American Lung Association.

| Harrisburg Patriot-News

The Trump administration is expected to release a plan soon that it claims would help lower costs for small businesses struggling to afford health insurance, but the truth is this proposed rule will not fulfill that need.

| Richmond Times-Dispatch

Editor, Times-Dispatch:


As a small-business owner, I’m grateful Virginia’s General Assembly voted to expand Medicaid.


This development is personal to me because one of my best employees might still be alive today if he could have enrolled in Medicaid.

| Chicago Sun-Times

Re: “U.S. clings to health coverage gains despite political drama [May 22], the Trump administration’s efforts to destabilize the Affordable Care Act will result in many of Illinois’ small businesses paying more for health insurance next year.

| McClatchy DC

Catarah Coleman and Shoneji Robison picked a seemingly auspicious time to expand: They found a large corner space in a popular mall in Los Angeles in 2012 — and the next year, saw a rush of new customers when they won the Food Network’s Cupcake Wars.

| Star News Online

California lawmakers are currently considering several proposals to help make health coverage more affordable for Californians.

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