Are We Covered?

Langston, Lecia parks
January 2012
Trendlines;Jan/Feb2012, p6
The article presents information on health insurance coverage in Utah. According to the American Community Survey (ACS) and the Current Population Survey (CPS), 86 percent of Utah's population have health insurance coverage, which is two percent more than the average coverage of the U.S. It also presents information on health insurance coverage of other states of Utah such as Salt Lake City, Weber County and Davis County.


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