Texas is the epicenter of the health insurance industry.
The state is the second-most populous in the country, after California.
There are more than 12 million uninsured people in Texas.
In the first half of 2016, Texas had more than 6.5 million residents under age 65, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The country has seen the number of uninsured increase for the first time since the recession.
The health care sector has experienced a surge in business as a result of the recession, according the McKinsey Global Institute.
Texas has the third-highest percentage of people who have health insurance in the United States, according a McKinsey report.
There have been several times in recent years that the state has been hit hard by the recession and the health care industry has been hurt as well.
For example, in May, the state was hit by an outbreak of coronavirus that affected nearly 300,000 people, the largest coronaviruses outbreak in Texas history.
In November, a state auditor released a report showing that there was no accurate way to accurately track how much people were paying for health insurance.
Health care workers are not paid for their work.
In 2018, more than 10,000 health care workers across the state were laid off, and that number has since increased.
Health insurance companies have been under fire for not paying workers as required.
The Trump administration has been taking steps to address the health bill by cutting back on the federal Medicaid reimbursements, as well as the individual health insurance marketplaces that are set up by the Affordable Care Act.
The number of people without health insurance has been steadily increasing in the past decade.
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, about 6.4 million Americans are uninsured, a number that has remained steady for the past two years.
A study released last year found that there are roughly 15 million Americans without health coverage in the US.