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Dec 28 2017
08:38 am

More than 80% of ACA enrollees for 2018 (7.3 million of 8.8 million) are in states that Trump won in the 2016 election. The four states with the highest number of sign-ups (44.3%) — Florida, Texas, North Carolina and Georgia, accounting for nearly 3.9 million customers — were all Trump states.

“There’s politics, and then there’s taking care of yourself and your family,” said analyst Chris Sloan of the consulting firm Avalere Health. “You can have political views about a program like the Affordable Care Act, but when you get an opportunity to get subsidized health insurance for you and your family ... politics is a distant consideration.”

Who will they blame when subsidized health insurance is no longer an option?

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It is Trumpcare now

and we cannot let anyone forget it

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