SPOTLIGHT: New study challenges uninsured estimates

When policymakers discuss gaps in healthcare access, most rely on a widely-used estimate of 47 million uninsured Americans. However, not everyone is satisfied with that number. A new study by the Employment Policies Institute suggests that 18 million of those Americans are "voluntarily uninsured," and could pay for health coverage if they wished. Article

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