Once Focus of Health Law, Some In Poverty May Be Left Out

Ashley Tagert didn't know her family might gain health coverage from the health law -- or that the Supreme Court decision could wipe that away. Tagert, 28, and her husband live in Pearl, Miss., just east of Jackson, on the $2,224 a month that her husband earns as a mechanic. It's too little, she says, to buy health insurance. A lifelong migraine sufferer, Tagert has ended up in hospital emergency rooms several times because she couldn't afford $200 a month for medication that helps ward them...Full Story
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