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Affordable Care Action provides states with resources and flexibility to boost health care benefits The U .S. Department of Health insurance and Human Solutions today released a fresh report showing that the Inexpensive Care Act provides states with significant flexibility and resources to boost health care benefits and protect consumers. Already, the law has provided or provided $2.8 billion in funding to States. This is a fraction of the total funding available under the statutory law to greatly help States implement new consumer protections, expand health coverage, and improve healthcare quality.

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