The American Rescue Plan (ARP) enhances and expands eligibility for premium tax credits under the Affordable Care Act. Under the ARP, we estimate that the availability of zero-premium plans has increased by 19 percentage points and low-premium plans by 16 percentage points, respectively, among uninsured non-elderly adults potentially eligible for Marketplace coverage in HealthCare.gov states. This Issue Brief is the second in a series that examines the availability of zero- and low-premium health plans in HealthCare.gov states.
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- Access to Marketplace Plans with Low Premiums on the Federal Platform: Part I: Availability Prior to the American Rescue Plan
- Access to Marketplace Plans with Low Premiums on the Federal Platform Part III: Availability Among Current HealthCare.gov Enrollees Under the American Rescue Plan
- Count Estimates of Zero-and Low-Premium Plan Availability, HealthCare.gov States Pre and Post the American Rescue Plan
- The Remaining Uninsured: Geographic and Demographic Variation
- State, County, and Local Estimates of the Uninsured Population: Prevalence and Key Demographic Features
- Trends in the U.S. Uninsured Population, 2010-2020
- Health Plan Choice and Premiums in the 2019 Federal Health Insurance Exchange