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African Americans and the Affordable Care Act

Health & Human Service (HHS) Secretary Sylvia Burwell speaks during a news conference at the HHS in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

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Washington, DC (AURN) -- The Obama administration is working on increasing the numbers of black people who have insurance. White House Correspondent April Ryan says the next phase of open enrollment is around the corner.

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Meantime, Donald Trump tried to sieze on news that Affordable Care Act premiums are going up next year, by saying the program has caused problems for his employees.  But it turns out that more than 95-percent of his employees are covered by his company.

Breaking over stats down nationally,  49% of Americans get health care through their employer; and 34% are on Medicare or Medicaid.  Another 7% of the U.S. population has insurance through the Healthcare Marketplace.  Of that number, 85% recieve tax credits to help pay for subsidies; and, subsidies increase as premiums increase.


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