Americans Without Health Insurance Decline, Census Says

Bloomberg Businessweek

September 12, 2012


The number of Americans without health insurance fell for the first time since 2007, as many younger than age 26 took advantage of a new law allowing them to stay on their parents’ plans. About 540,000 more young people were insured in 2011, helping reduce the proportion of uninsured people to 15.7 percent, according to the Census Bureau.
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