Health insurance form The growingnumber of uninsureds in non-expansion states shows a vulnerabilityto market and policy changes in the marketplace and privatenon-group coverage in the wake of the Affordable Care Act.

A strong economy during 2017 and 2018 didn't do anything to stemthe decrease in Americans aged 64 and younger from obtaining healthinsurance, according to researchers from the UrbanInstitute.

The Washington D.C.-based think tank's report, funded by theRobert Wood Johnson Foundation, found that policies that reducedmarketing, access, and affordability of private insurance hamperedenrollment among the non-elderly.

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