Most Uninsured Won't Pay Fines in 2016 Under Health Law

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Most Uninsured Won't Pay Fines in 2016 Under Health Law

by WSJ Live 3:24 mins

Most Uninsured Won't Pay Fines in 2016 Under Health Law

by WSJ Live 3:24 mins

Almost 90% of the nation's 30 million uninsured won't pay a penalty under the Affordable Care Act in 2016 because of a growing batch of exemptions to the health-coverage requirement. Louise Radnofsky joins MoneyBeat. Photo: Getty Images.

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