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Women on Medicaid in 35 States & DC Have Extremely Limited Abortion Coverage Due to the Hyde Amendment

Women on Medicaid in 35 States and DC Have Extremely Limited Abortion Coverage Due to Hyde Amendment

In 35 states and DC, Medicaid programs do not pay for any abortions beyond the Hyde exceptions. Over half of women with Medicaid coverage live in states that essentially do not cover most abortions.

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Dissatisfaction With Employer Coverage Rises as Deductibles Climb

Dissatisfaction With Employer Coverage Rises As Deductibles Climb

As deductibles have increased over the past five years, those with higher deductibles are more likely to say that health insurance has gotten worse over the past five years.

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Status of 8 Legal Challenges to HHS Title X Family Planning Rule

Two federal courts have now issued nationwide preliminary injunctions against the new HHS Title X regulations for family planning clinics receiving federal funding. This Chart of the Week breaks down the status of all eight legal challenges nationwide.

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percent of uninsured adults who would become newly eligible for medicaid if remaining non-expansion states expanded live in 4 states

70% of Uninsured Adults Who Would Become Newly Eligible for Medicaid if Remaining States Expanded Live in 4 States

Just 4 states are home to 70% of the uninsured adults who would become newly eligible for Medicaid if the 14 remaining states expanded under the Affordable Care Act. Learn more in this Chart of the Week.

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Annual OOP Costs for Insulin, Medicare Part D, Insulin OOP costs over time, Chart of the Week

Annual Out-of-Pocket Costs for Insulin Nearly Doubled Over a Decade for Medicare Part D Enrollees

Out-of-pocket insulin costs for Medicare Part D enrollees with incomes too high to qualify for low-income subsidies increased 81% from 2007 to 2016. Learn more in the latest Chart of the Week.

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Medicaid income eligibility limits for parents, non-expansion states, Chart of the Week, COW, parents on Medicaid

Medicaid Income Eligibility Limits for Parents in Non-Expansion States Much Lower Than ACA Limit

Income eligibility levels for parents on Medicaid in non-expansion states is much lower than the ACA Medicaid Expansion eligibility limit, and varies considerably from state to state.

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HIV viral suppression rate in US, HIV, how countries HIV viral suppression rates compare, Chart of the Week, KFF,

HIV Viral Suppression Rate in U.S. Lowest Among Comparable High-Income Countries

The rate of HIV viral suppression among people living with HIV in the United States is the lowest compared to other high-income countries. Learn more in the latest Chart of the Week.

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Above Federal Subsidy Threshold, Older Adults Spend More Income on ACA Coverage, ACA Coverage, Chart of the Week, Cost of ACA Coverage

Above Federal Subsidy Threshold, Older Adults Spend Much More Income on ACA Coverage

For incomes too high to qualify for federal subsidies, 60-year-old adults spend significantly more of their income on the lowest premiums for ACA-compliant coverage.

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Ryan White Funding Relatively Flat for More Than a Decade While Share of People Living With HIV Has Grown

For more than a decade, funding for the Ryan White Program has remained relatively flat while the share of people living with HIV has grown. Learn more in this Chart of the Week.

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