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Health Care in Minnesota

Under the current act without changes

Affordable Care Act

Under the most recently proposed ACA replacement

Graham-Cassidy-Heller Proposal

Under past proposed ACA replacements or repeal

Revised Better Care Reconciliation Act

American Health Care Act

Affordable Care Act repeal

Under other proposed federal legislation

Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP)

Under federal administrative actions

Cost-sharing reduction (CSR)


What's at stake in Minnesota?

$11 billion by 2025* • Coverage for 1.2 million** • Consumer protections • Nation-leading innovations

The Minnesota Department of Human Services strives to provide clear and factual information about the impacts of its programs and services to all state residents. The information contained here represents these efforts in regard to the future of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and its proposed replacement. Information will be updated routinely as we learn more about the impacts to Minnesotans.

* Under DHS analysis of the American Health Care Act
** People on Minnesota’s Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare programs could either lose coverage altogether or see their coverage significantly reduced.

Medical Assistance and MinnesotaCare by county

Number of Minnesotans whose comprehensive health care coverage would be impacted by passage of federal proposals, including the Better Care Reconciliation Act or the American Health Care Act. DHS continues to analyze implications of possible changes to the Affordable Care Act.

Numbers accurate as of March 2017.

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