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Health Coverage by Race & Ethnicity: Changes Under ACA

People of color have had larger gains in coverage compared to Whites since implementation of the ACA.

Updated Infographics on Health and Health Care in the U.S. by Race and Ethnicity:

Nearly 20 Million Children Live in Immigrant Families that Could Be Affected by Evolving Immigration Policies

In 2016, nearly 20 million or one in four children had at least one immigrant parent, and nearly nine in ten (89% or 17.7 million) of these children were citizens.

Key Facts on Individuals Eligible for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program

This fact sheet examines key characteristics of young undocumented individuals eligible for DACA. It shows that most individuals eligible for DACA are healthy and have health coverage, reflecting that the large majority live in a family with at least one full-time worker.

Proposed Changes to “Public Charge” Policies for Immigrants: Implications for Health Coverage

An overview of changes the Trump administration has proposed to public charge policies that govern how use of public benefits may affect individuals seeking to become lawful permanent residents in the U.S.

Access to Employer Health Coverage for Same-Sex Spouses

84%

of workers with spousal health benefits have access to coverage for same-sex spouses

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