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Health insurance by the numbers

Published On: Jun 28 2012 12:25:36 PM EDT   Updated On: Aug 09 2013 02:05:33 PM EDT

Take a look at health care in the United States by the numbers, including the populations that could be most affected by the decision.

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On June 28, 2012, the Supreme Court decided to back President Obama's signature health care law.

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Can I just keep the insurance I have?

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Can my adult children be covered by my policy?

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Can my auto-home-life insurance agent enroll me?

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Can your agent who handles your auto-home-life policies enroll you in health coverage? Click to find out. And click here to read more about MPR News' health care reform reporter Elizabeth Stawicki.

Can my employer cut my hours?

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Can your employer cut your hours because of the Affordable Care Act? Click to find out. And click here to read more about MPR News' health care reform reporter Elizabeth Stawicki.

Do I have to get health insurance?

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How will Affordable Care Act affect Medicare?

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What if I can't afford health insurance?

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What kind of benefits can I expect?

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Will I have to change doctors?

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Will past health problems keep me from getting coverage?

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