Data raises questions about Affordable Care Act's success
Clip: 01/19/2014 | 3m 58s
One of the co-authors of a new study on the Affordable Care Act, Christopher Weaver, told PBS NewsHour that new data raises questions about whether the law is succeeding at reducing the number of uninsured Americans. The government expects to lower the number of uninsured by 25 million people in the next 10 years.
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