Americans who live below the poverty line make less than $11,200 per year. But in stubborn GOP-led states that refuse to expand Medicaid, 40 percent of them won't have affordable health coverage options under Obamacare.
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A new study finds that young adults don't actually assume they don't need health care because they're invincible. Young Americans want to buy health insurance, and will likely sign up for coverage under Obamacare as long as they can afford it.
The vast majority of Colorado and Montana residents buying their health coverage through an Obamacare marketplace will have more robust benefits than they currently do -- and they'll get government subsidies that can help lower their monthly insurance costs.
Republicans have called the employer mandate delay proof positive that Obamacare is "unworkable." But a new study finds that it will only cause 0.02 percent fewer companies to begin offering coverage to their workers.