Affordable Care Act decision has real implications for Taylorsville dad, daughter
"We hope we can keep our family together, that I can keep working and we can keep her safe."
Since ACA's passage in March 2010:
• 21,016 Utah Medicare recipients saved more than $12 million dollars on medicine
• 790,608 Utahns receive coverage of preventative services such as cancer screenings without co-payments or deductibles
• 1,183,000 Utahns no longer face a lifetime cap on their insurance benefits
• 21,247 more young adults up to age 26 in Utah are covered under their parents’ insurance
• 696 Utahns are now covered through the pre-existing condition insurance plan
Source: Utah Health Policy Project
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