Healthcare debate: How many are actually uninsured?
One of President Obama's primary goals is extending healthcare coverage to the millions of Americans who lack it. But the answer to just how many million are uninsured could make a huge difference in the billions of dollars it will cost to remake the national system. Obama frequently cites last year's Census Bureau number of 46 million people with no health insurance, but some experts argue that figure is off by tens of millions.
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