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uninsured

(ŭn″in-shoord′)
Not indemnified by either a private or publicly funded health insurance plan. In 2011, approximately 50 million Americans were uninsured.
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By participating in FineFix, consumers can have their MDOT MVA uninsured auto flags lifted from their registration, gain the ability to register a vehicle and avoid having their state income tax refund intercepted by the State's Tax Refund Intercept Program (TRIP).
children have health insurance, the number of uninsured kids has increased for the first time in nearly a decade.
They added that every year there are a number of incidents where an uninsured driver is found without a driving licence or using an untaxed or stolen vehicle.
In New York, Hispanics are about three times as likely to be uninsured as whites.
Nationwide, the uninsured rate climbed to 12.2% by the final quarter of 2017, up 1.3 points since the low point of 10.9% measured in the last quarter of 2016.
Of those currently uninsured, the report notes that "one-quarter are eligible for Medicaid but not enrolled, and ...
Advocates for the uninsured have argued that Texas could grant insurance coverage to more than 800,000 adults living in poverty here if the state were to expand Medicaid - an optional tenet of the federal health law.
The overall uninsured rate for people under 65 fell to 10 percent, from 10.5 percent.
The states with the biggest decrease in the uninsured rate are Oregon, Nevada, Kentucky, California, and West Virginia; the smallest decrease in the uninsured rate: Maine, Massachusetts, Missouri, Pennsylvania, and Nebraska.
Texas in 2014 had the biggestAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA absolute gap in uninsured rates bet lower-income and higher-income households, at 20.1 percent.
Of 32 million uninsured patients at the start of 2015, 16 million (49%) were eligible for state or federal government assistance through Medicaid or the ACA.
In Oklahoma, approximately one in four motorists are uninsured, while in South Dakota, it is one in 12.