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Post-it notes with health reform cycle The study confirmed what has already been widely reported: states that opted not to expand Medicaid through the ACA have much higher uninsured rates. (Photo: Shutterstock)

In 2017, the first year of the Trump administration, the percentage of Americans without health insurance increased from 10 percent to 10.2 percent, a new analysis finds. That marked the first time since 2013, the year the Affordable Care Act was implemented, that the uninsured rate increased.

Jack Craver


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