Among the least famous parts of the Affordable Care Act has been the need that most Americans get health insurance coverage or threat facing a hefty tax penalty.
But while health policy experts claim that the penalty is a serious tool that has assisted to decrease the number of persons without insurance, others worry that it is straining some residents that are already pressed financially.
After the close of the 3rd open enrollment time for HealthCare.gov, 12.7 million Americans signed up for coverage through the health insurance marketplace of government. That number involved more than 290,000 Missourians — a rise of 78,000 compared to the year 2015.
Various enrollees were new to the marketplace. And many were young, coveted demographic, federal officers stated during a conference call in early February.
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