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Strong, Broad Growth in State Tax Revenues Continued in the Second Quarter of 2011

Sep 2011

Preliminary tax collection data for the April-June quarter of 2011 show further strength in overall state tax collections as well as for personal income tax and sales tax revenue. However, total tax revenue collections are still below peak levels.


Trends in Americans' Access to Medical Care, 2007-2010

Aug 2011

A study released by the Center for Studying Health System Change found that fewer people had trouble receiving medical care during the recession.


When Unemployed Means Uninsured: The Toll of Job Loss on Health Coverage, and How the Affordable Care Act Will Help

Aug 2011

The Commonwealth Fund report  shows the unemployed are skipping out on important medical services and recommends Congress extend COBRA subsidies through 2014.


The Texas Health Care Primer

Aug 2011

The Center for Public Policy Priorities released this primer which provides an overview of the health care system in Texas. 


Impact of the ACA on New Jersey

Aug 2011

The Rutgers Center for State Health Policy released four reports that estimate the impact of the Affordable Care Act on insurance eligibility and enrollment, and address stakeholder view regarding design of the exchange.


Increased Participation in Medicaid and CHIP in 2009

Aug 2011

This report from the Urban Institute used ACS (American Community Survey) data to analyze Medicaid/CHIP eligibility and take-up from 2008 to 2009.


Updated Employer-Sponsored Insurance Tables with 2010 Estimates

Aug 2011

State Health Access Data Assistance Center (SHADAC) has updated the estimates related to employer-sponsored insurance (ESI) in firms with 50 to 99 employees.


State Efforts to Enact Health Insurance Exchanges

Aug 2011

This white paper from M2 Health Care Consulting looks at where states are heading in regards to exchange establishment.


Consequences of SCHIP Expansions for Household Well-Being

Aug 2011

According to a findings brief by Changes in Health Care Financing & Organization (HCFO), in 2008, approximately 7.4 million children in the United States received health insurance coverage through the State Children's Health Insurance Program (SCHIP).

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