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Obamacare didn't lead to cuts in job-based health coverage - CNBC

Jul 26, 2016

Dan Mangan recently wrote about Obamacare for CNBC, stating that "There were no significant differences in the percentages of adults getting or being offered health insurance through an employer."

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Early on, some worried that the Affordable Care Act would lead to drops in the numbers of people who get health coverage through their jobs, but “the percentage of companies offering health insurance to their workers and families and the percentage of acceptance of such offers both have remained steady since implementation of the Affordable Care Act, according to the Health Reform Monitoring Survey, funded by the Urban Institute and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.”

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