A new issue brief from the Kaiser Family Foundation examines the affordability of ACA coverage for people with low incomes. The issue brief entitled “Is ACA Coverage Affordable for Low-Income People? Perspectives from Individuals in Six Cities” reviews consumer experiences in Baltimore, MD; Richmond, VA; Columbus, OH; St. Louis, MO; Oakland, CA; and Tampa, FL. The report suggests that individuals who struggled with medical expenses before the ACA still have financial struggles but they do have more piece of mind and have greater access to care than they did before ACA coverage. To download a copy of the issue brief, click here.