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Why We Need Health Care Reform

Updated State-by-State Fact Sheets

Updated fact sheets show how our broken health care system affects people in each state.

A pediatrician in San Angelo, Texas examines the ears of a patient that is enrolled in the state subsidized health care program. (AP/Patrick Dove)
A pediatrician in San Angelo, Texas examines the ears of a patient that is enrolled in the state subsidized health care program. (AP/Patrick Dove)

The most recent Census data confirms that our health care system is failing to deliver for millions of American families. Below are updated fact sheets that show how our broken health care system affects people in each state.

State fact sheets

Alaska | Alabama | Arkansas | Arizona | California | Colorado | Connecticut | District of Columbia | Deleware | Florida | Georgia | Hawaii | Iowa | Idaho | Illinois | Indiana | Kansas | Kentucky | Louisiana | Massachusetts | Maryland | Maine | Michigan | Minnesota | Missouri | Mississippi | Montana | North Carolina | North Dakota | Nebraska | New Hampshire | New Jersey | New Mexico | Nevada | New York | Ohio | Oklahoma | Oregon | Pensylvania | Rhode Island | South Carolina | South Dakota | Tennessee | Texas | Utah | Virginia | Vermont | Washington | Wisconsin | West Virginia | Wyoming

For more information on why we need health care reform, see our health policy page.

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