The insurance market may have been healthy during the 2009-2010 pandemic, but it is facing a critical new crisis.
The number of people insured under the ACA’s Medicaid expansion has shrunk significantly, according to a new analysis by the National Conference of State Legislatures.
More than 70 percent of states have at least one county in which more than one in 10 residents are uninsured.
More people have left the Medicaid rolls.
The National Conference estimates that more than a million people are now uninsured because of COVID, the coronavirus.
It is an extraordinary crisis.
In the past two years, the number of Americans who are uninsured, or have not yet been enrolled, has declined by more than 2 million people, according the report.
Many of the people who were uninsured during the pandemic are now eligible for Medicaid.
A report by the Kaiser Family Foundation estimates that the cost of caring for people who are not eligible for the federal government’s Medicaid program is about $15 billion per year.
Many counties have seen a jump in enrollment over the past few years.
And as a result, the costs of treating and caring for COVID victims have dropped by an estimated $15 million per year, according Kaiser.
The problem is that many counties, particularly in rural areas, are experiencing a sharp drop in the number and cost of people seeking care.
In some cases, this has caused counties to have to cut services or curtail services, or both, because there are not enough people available to meet the demand.
But there are many examples of counties that are not facing this challenge.
The numbers are growing, according a new study by the nonprofit Kaiser Family Plan.
According to the report, some counties are seeing a jump of as much as 2 million or more people a month.
A large majority of these are in states that expanded Medicaid, which has reduced the number uninsured and increased the number insured.
In many of these states, these populations have moved to counties with a growing number of uninsured.
These counties include Texas, where the number has grown by about 20 percent, and Michigan, where it has risen by more the past year, by about 10 percent.
And in most of these counties, people are also moving to counties where there are more uninsured people.
And the number is increasing in many of those counties.
These populations include people who had previously been uninsured, people who previously had Medicaid, and people who have been in the Medicaid program for some time.
The report also found that people who move to these counties are more likely to be younger and to be male than people who stay in counties that have remained more or less the same.
There is a growing national health crisis, the report finds, but the solution lies in more states participating in the health care reform law.
The federal government can play a role in helping states meet their needs for health care coverage.
This report comes at a time when the Obama administration has tried to push states to expand Medicaid, but many states have resisted.
But the Kaiser report finds that there is bipartisan support for expanding Medicaid.
It found that 85 percent of all Americans support expanding Medicaid, compared with just 25 percent who oppose it.
More broadly, Americans are more concerned about COVID than they were two years ago.
In February, the White House released its annual report on COVID.
The annual report includes projections for COV-19 cases in 2020, 2030, and 2050, and it projects that the U.S. will have over 2.8 million new cases by the end of 2020.
These projections are based on the data from March through June of this year, which is when COVID cases in the U., as a whole, have decreased by about 400,000, according at the time to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The authors of the report say that the numbers from March and June are the most recent data available, and they are based only on the state-level projections.
But they say the projections are very accurate.
The study says that the increase in COVID infections that has occurred over the last two years is “striking” and that the CDC has been working closely with the states to ensure that they have a strong plan to manage COVID and prevent future outbreaks.
The CDC, which provides federal funding for health policy and research, has made a concerted effort to reach out to states to learn about the challenges of COV, including providing them with detailed projections of COID cases.
The researchers also note that the new numbers show that states are working to meet their responsibilities to manage the COVID pandemic.
The states and the states have been coordinating plans and actions to reduce COVID case numbers, to provide additional support to those who need it, and to ensure access to health care for the population at risk of exposure.
These efforts have resulted in increased funding for research on the COV pandemic and a robust national network of health care professionals.
This collaboration and cooperation is vital to the development of effective state and federal strategies