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Thousands of Montanans Could Lose Private Insurance, Study Shows
Date:7/30/2009

utler. "Many employees will be pushed into a public plan as employers respond to the legislation's incentives to drop coverage."

Another key finding from Lewin:

  • 32 percent of Montana's uninsured population would still lack coverage. Of the estimated 180,800 people without health coverage, the legislation would only reduce the uninsured by 123,200, leaving 57,600 Montanans without coverage.

Read the entire study and find more health reform information at Heritage's new Web site www.fixhealthcarepolicy.com.


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