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Young Adults and the Affordable Care Act

Premiums for the young are expected to increase disproportionately. Read More

The boomers soaking and shaking down the young...

Just how many are we talking about? How many SYM's, and what proportion of them are part of the 40+ million who do not currently have any health insurance?

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Young adults generally do not

Young adults generally do not face serious health problems and thus many of them don't have health insurance plan. But due to the health care act they have to buy health insurance plan whether it benefits them or not. This decision would affect the adults as they generally have low income and the premium costs are higher.

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John C. Goodman, Ph.D. is Research Fellow at The Independent Institute; President in National Center for Policy Analysis, & author of Priceless: Curing the Healthcare Crisis.


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