Republican Healthcare Overhaul Would Cost Rural, Poor and Old Oregonians the Most
Analysis of people buying marketplace insurance shows that those earning $20,000 per year would lose the most, financially, while those in Portland would fare better than those in rural eastern Oregon
Oregon’s poor and rural residents, and those who are just a few years too young to qualify for Medicare, would lose the most under the Republican-proposed American Health Care Act currently working its way through the U.S. Congress.
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