Thomas Ramey Watson

Americans lacking medical coverage now exceeds the population of Spain

Among the report’s most troubling findings: The number of Americans without any health care coverage grew by more than four million in 2009.

That left almost one-fifth of non-elderly people uninsured.

Among those between 19 and 29 years old, nearly one-third lacked coverage.

The study underscores the degree to which the recession has accelerated the loss of basic elements once viewed as inextricable pieces of a middle class life.

The number of Americans lacking medical coverage now exceeds the population

of Spain.

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