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Obamacare Deploys New Apps, Allies To Convince The Uninsured

Ten million people still don’t have health insurance two years after the Affordable Care Act went into effect. Some never bought a policy. But 20 percent went to the trouble of signing up on, or one of the state insurance exchanges, and even made payments. Then, those 2 million people let their insurance lapse.

NPR asked visitors to our Facebook page to tell us why. Many, like Laura Patterson, dropped their coverage when they got good news on the job front.