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Funders for this research include Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Policies for Action Program, DREAM Scholar Program in University of Kentucky’s
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According to the news editors, the research concluded: “However, should the ACA be repealed, many households stand to lose their ability to turn to Medicaid or subsidized nongroup coverage as safety-net resources to offset the burdens of job loss.”
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For more information on this research see: The Relationship Between Unemployment and Health Insurance Coverage Before and After the Affordable Care Act’s Coverage Expansions. Medical Care, 2021;59(9):768-777. Medical Care can be contacted at:
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