Infographic: Mixed Prospects for Texas’ Uninsured

August 24th, 2012 by Reed Allmand

Many believed the Affordable Care Act was the route to a better future. Not just for the current generations but for the future children of America.

The reality is much more dire as the number of uninsured in the U.S. hit an all time high in June 2012.

Texas is one state that has been hit the hardest and currently has the greatest number of uninsured citizens in the United States. Here’s a look a the impact on those who rely on government funded health care in Texas, and how it compares to the health insurance coverage throughout the U.S.

The Uninsured Texan - An InfoGraphic

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Allmand's vision is rooted in his own financially precarious childhood in Abilene "My father always had difficulty holding a job and supporting our family, so after my parents divorced when I was 12, my sister and I got jobs to help make ends meet," he recalls. "I remember what it felt like as a child to worry that our car would be repossessed or home foreclosed on."

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