Health Care Coverage Options at the Minimum Wage

In the US, employment does not guarantee health insurance, and many people cannot afford to buy it on their own. So they will lean on public health coverage and assistance programs: Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), Basic Health Programs, or premium tax credits and cost-sharing reductions through ACA marketplace plans. But which of these programs are within reach of people making minimum wage?

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