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Stack of cash While the government would have to pick up the tab for increased subsidies, it could be offset by a decrease in federal uncompensated care spending–with the right policy actions. (Credit: ShutterstockProfessional/Shutterstock.com)

Despite significant gains since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, millions of Americans remain uninsured.

“Evidence shows many uninsured people find the insurance coverage available to them too expensive to purchase, even though the ACA has lowered those costs for many and reduced other barriers to accessing coverage,” according to a new report from The Urban Institute.

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