A new report by the New York-based Center for the National Interest argues that the Affordable Care Act’s universal coverage of health insurance will likely be a big problem for some Americans.
The report, titled Dignity Is Not the Solution, comes as the U.S. prepares to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the passage of the Affordable Health Care Act.
The law aims to provide universal health insurance to everyone in the U, with the provision of health coverage for the first time in the history of the nation.
According to the report, the ACA will require that nearly three-quarters of Americans obtain coverage through an employer or a government program.
However, the report found that fewer than half of Americans will have access to health insurance through either employer or government programs.
The authors of the report warn that the ACA may cause problems for some people.
It could lead to people not knowing what health insurance coverage means, and they may be less likely to enroll in the insurance marketplace.
They also warn that many employers may decide to provide health coverage, and not necessarily the same coverage that is available to all workers.
The problem is that many people don’t know that they have to go to a doctor or get checked out if they have a preexisting condition or have certain other health problems.
The authors say this lack of awareness and access to healthcare could result in many people losing coverage because they are not sure whether they qualify for health coverage or not.
The new report is the latest in a series by the Center for National Interest that has called attention to the dire state of the U