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Why More, Not Fewer, People Might Start Getting Health Insurance Through Work
The New York Times; subscription may be required Link to more items from this source
Aug. 20, 2014
"It's early yet to be sure of a strong trend, but the Walmart experience mirrors evidence from early polls and the historical experience of Massachusetts, which enacted a law similar to the [ACA] in 2006. More people may be signing up for employer-based coverage than did before.... What Walmart's experience reminds us is that there were also uninsured people who simply chose not to buy coverage before there was a law requiring them to do so. Now they may be changing their minds."

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