Democratic Party of Ga.: Build Back Better Agenda Will Reduce Health Care Costs, Uninsured Rates in Georgia
While the Biden-Harris administration continues to take action and fight against the spread of COVID-19, recent studies show that the Build Back Better agenda will lower costs of health care premiums and reduce the number of uninsured Georgians.
With the extended enrollment deadline in health coverage through the Affordable Care Act marketplace closed, data from
One analysis by the actuarial firm Oliver Wyman shows that extending these enhanced tax credits would increase the number of people with coverage through the ACA by 7.4 million people. Approximately, 4.1 million previously uninsured people would gain ACA coverage, and families would save hundreds or even thousands of dollars per year on their premiums.
Additionally, expanding Medicaid in holdout states like
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