How to get health insurance in Michigan
The number of Americans without health insurance has soared to record highs, and the latest report on the crisis reveals many Americans are struggling to pay their bills and pay for care.
The number fell to 2.1 million in November, the latest month for which data is available.
The total number of uninsured people fell from 7.9 million in December, the previous month for whom data is also available.
That’s a 5.5 percent decline from December.
The numbers were also below the record low of 7.8 million recorded in October.
In total, 6.2 million people received federal subsidies to purchase insurance from insurers last year, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.
That number, which includes subsidies for individual insurance policies, rose to 2 million in October, a 7.2 percent increase from October.
But many Americans were still left without insurance, which means the overall number of people without insurance increased by 4.6 percent.
This is a major problem for millions of Americans.
The Kaiser Family and the Congressional Budget Office report found that the uninsured rate in Michigan climbed from 14.2% in the fall of 2014 to 18.4% in November.
The state’s insurance commissioner said Friday that the state will continue to fight to get the people it needs to buy insurance.
The governor is trying to sell insurance through the marketplace, the health care exchange.
“The marketplace has been very effective in helping millions of Michigan families purchase insurance, but the state still has many more work to do,” said Kathleen Clark, a spokeswoman for Gov.
The exchange has been criticized for not doing enough to reach people with pre-existing conditions, as well as for having high costs for consumers.
Clark added that the federal government is providing an additional $4 billion for Michigan to help pay for the new health insurance, and that the governor has already spent about $4.5 billion to cover the cost of coverage.
This story has been updated.