The Health 202: Kavanaugh Pick Worries Obamacare And Abortion Rights Advocates

How the high court might rule on a future challenge to the law — and lawsuits about it are numerous — could affect millions of Americans. Nearly 389,000 people in Pennsylvania and 275,000 in New Jersey bought insurance for 2018 through the health law's marketplace, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation. More than a half-million New Jersey residents gained Medicaid coverage in 2016 as a result of Medicaid expansion, another key provision of the health law, as did 751,000 Pennsylvanians, according to a Kaiser analysis.

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