The Kaiser Family Foundation has released a new issue brief which highlights the number of people who have pre-existing conditions making them uninsurable if the ACA is repealed. In total 52 million people would become uninsurable under the law as it stood pre-ACA. That is 27% of adults who are under 65 years of age. The issue brief also provides a state-by-state breakdown which also shows that 11 states have populations where over 30% of adults under age 65 would be uninsurable. These states are: Alabama, Arkansas, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and West Virginia. To download a copy of the issue brief, click here.
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