Which states do families insure their children?
More than three-quarters of families in the United States insure their kids and family members, a survey by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners found.
That’s an important finding, because insurers are reluctant to make payments to people who can’t afford them.
Some states, including Florida and Louisiana, also have family policy limits on the amount they can spend on a child.
The findings also suggest that the vast majority of Americans are happy to have family coverage.
In the survey, 55 percent of adults said they would be happy to get insurance for their children if they could afford it, and a whopping 83 percent said they were very or somewhat likely to get coverage.
The survey also showed that the majority of families have insurance when it comes to the medical care they receive from their primary care physicians.
Only about half of those surveyed said they didn’t have coverage.
While most families are happy with insurance, there are a few that are not.
The National Association for Family Health reported that about 13 percent of families don’t have insurance.
That is the same percentage as in 2015, when more than 14 percent of households had no health insurance.
When it comes down to it, most Americans are satisfied with the state of the country and the economic situation, and they are willing to take on the extra cost of covering their children and families.
But the problem of having to pay for a child’s care is far from over.
In some states, people have to buy insurance for the child’s entire care, including in the hospital and after school.
Families are not covered by insurance when they attend child care facilities or after school because they can’t pay for their own care, which is not covered in the same way.
And the majority are worried that they will be forced to pay even more in premiums if their kids have a medical emergency, or that their insurance company won’t cover the bills they pay.
“We know that a lot of parents don’t know they have insurance and don’t really know what it costs to get it,” said Susan A. Brown, the president of the nonprofit advocacy group Families USA, which advocates for families with children.
“But it is costing families money.
We need to fix this so that it doesn’t happen.”
For now, the most important thing is that families are able to afford to cover their children’s medical care, Brown said.
And they can do so because of the Affordable Care Act.
The health care law provides insurance coverage for adults with pre-existing conditions, and for people who cannot afford insurance, it provides subsidies to help cover the cost of health care for low-income people.
It also makes certain types of insurance more affordable, like catastrophic coverage, which covers certain expenses, like hospitalization.