A new study finds that more than 137-thousand low-income Mississippi residents fall into a health insurance coverage gap

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They make too much for Medicaid but too little for government subsidies to help them buy private health insurance. The study from the Kaiser Family Foundation predicts many of these individuals will remain uninsured even after the Affordable Care Act goes into effect on January first.


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1 Comment on "A new study finds that more than 137-thousand low-income Mississippi residents fall into a health insurance coverage gap"

  1. I will be one of these individuals that cant afford the obamacare act nor private ins. Rates are too high on bothe for a sinlge mother!

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