Implications of an ACA repeal

Republican policymakers plan to move quickly in January to repeal much of the health reform law without enacting a replacement. According to a new Urban Institute report, 229,000 fewer people in Mississippi would have health insurance in 2019 if the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is repealed. This would cause families in Mississippi to go without needed health care and expose them to financial risk.

MHAP supports the ACA and its many benefits for Mississippians.  Repeal of this important law will cause fiscal and health distress for the families of Mississippi.

CBPP FACT SHEET: 229,000 MISSISSIPPI RESIDENTS WOULD LOSE COVERAGE IN 2019 UNDER ACA REPEAL

MISSISSIPPI INSURANCE COMMISSIONER MIKE CHANEY'S RESPONSE TO U.S. HOUSE MAJORITY LEADER KEVIN MCCARTHY'S INVITATION TO PROVIDE SUGGESTIONS ON HOW AMERICA'S HEALTH INSURANCE SYSTEM CAN BE IMPROVED IN MISSISSIPPI

MISSISSIPPI INSURANCE COMMISSIONER MIKE CHANEY'S RESPONSE TO SENATE COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN LAMAR ALEXANDER'S INVITATION TO PROVIDE SUGGESTIONS ON HOW AMERICA'S HEALTH INSURANCE SYSTEM CAN BE IMPROVED IN MISSISSIPPI