The ACA has been live for a year. So why are millions still uninsured?

Last year, more than seven million people purchased health insurance plans on the Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) exchanges. At the same time, about six million Americans enrolled in states’ Medicaid programs.

But despite this—and a mandate requiring people to obtain insurance or pay a penalty to the federal government—millions of Americans remain uninsured.

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