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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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.
Obamacare critics are spreading reports that the health law may lead to scams and fraud. But those same reform opponents have refused to help teach Americans the information they need to prevent getting duped.
Red states that are overwhelmingly opposed to Obamacare have some of the highest numbers of uninsured and poor Americans. But since many of these states' leaders are refusing to help their own residents understand the law, groups like Enroll America are doing it themselves.