10 Things That Are (and Aren't) in the Healthcare Bill

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1. Insurance for Millions

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Under the legislation, 32 million more people will have health insurance in 2019 than without the bill. That means that about 94 percent of all U.S. citizens will have insurance by the end of the decade. That still falls short of "universal coverage," but it's a significant increase from the 83 percent of American citizens who are covered today.

Next: 2. Coverage for People With Pre-existing Conditions


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