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Self-Employed Artists Flock to ACA Healthcare Exchanges
Nonprofit Quarterly

Described in an article in Politico as a “typically a well-educated but lower-earning demographic,” many American artists have historically struggled to obtain affordable healthcare coverage, whether on their own, through the nonprofit cultural organizations that employ them or, in some instances, through unions or other membership organizations. Individual artists are among the demographic groups that stand to benefit from the Affordable Care Act, either through the plans and premium subsidies offered through federal and state insurance exchanges, or from plans employers will be required to offer beginning in 2015.