The third open-enrollment period has begun, and according to WalletHut, nearly 12 percent of the United States adult population still does not have health insurance. Not surprisingly, this percentage is lower than before the roll out of the Affordable Care Act, also referred to as ObamaCare. In a report released this week, the financial services site reported:
Massachusetts has the lowest uninsured rate, and Texas has the highest.
Maine had the smallest decrease in its uninsured rate, and Oregon saw the biggest decrease.
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