Karla Martinez in The Texas Tribune: More Texans than ever before enrolled in ACA health plans in 2024, feds say

Senior Policy Analyst Karla Martinez spoke to The Texas Tribune about new federal data revealing more Texans have signed up for cheap or free health care coverage through the Affordable Care Act than ever before. Martinez commented on the implications of this success in The Texas Tribune.

Read an excerpt below:

“According to the federal government, Texans have saved an average of $560 on the annual health care premiums they pay for ACA marketplace insurance coverage. That savings came to them, according to the White House, because of federal tax dollars spent on health care subsidies and premium tax credits via the 2021 American Rescue Plan Act and the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act.

Read the full article on The Texas Tribune.

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