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February 2015

King v. Burwell: An analogy

On March 4, 2015, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on King v. Burwell, a lawsuit that seeks to eliminate financial assistance (the Affordable Care Act’s premium tax subsidies that help low- to moderate-income residents afford health insurance) in two thirds of states. Opponents of the case argue, in part, that the case is specious and based on a technicality. 

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December 2014

Medicaid Expansion and Rural Hospital Closures

A state's decision to forgo Medicaid expansion affects the staying power of hospitals in rural areas. This map compares recent rural hospital closures in Medicaid expansion states against closures in states that have not expanded Medicaid.

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December 2014

Top 9 Occupations of Working but Uninsured Nebraskans Who Would Benefit from New Medicaid Coverage

Most of the Nebraska residents who could gain health coverage if the state expands Medicaid are working adults. If Nebraska chooses to accept federal dollars to expand Medicaid, those who would qualify for health coverage are families with incomes of up to 138 percent of poverty ($27,310 for a family of three in 2014). Our analysis finds that 73 percent of this population is employed.

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November 2015

This Thanksgiving, Say #ThanksACA

Having health insurance gives consumers peace of mind when mishaps like these occur. Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, Americans can buy high-quality affordable health coverage in the marketplace. Many also qualify for financial assistance. This Thanksgiving, we’re helping America #GetCovered and #StayCovered.

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