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Coverage Implications for Oklahoma Residents

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TABLE 3 Characteristics

TABLE 3 Characteristics of Oklahoma Children Losing Coverage under the 2016 Reconciliation Bill, 2019 Losses under Reconciliation Thousands Share of state of children total Additional Coverage at Risk under No MOE Thousands Share of state of children total Age 0–4 14 22% 25 20% 5–18 48 78% 96 80% Total 62 100% 121 100% Family income < 100% FPL 6 9%

TABLE 4 Characteristics of Oklahoma Parents Losing Coverage under the 2016 Reconciliation Bill, 2019 Thousands of parents Share of state total Age 19–24 8 8% 25–34 34 34% 35–44 38 38% 45–54 16 16% 55–64 4 4% Total 99 100% Family income < 100% FPL 21 21% 100–150% FPL 32 32% 150–200% FPL 10 10% 200–300% FPL 11 11% 300–400% FPL 8 8% > 400% FPL 17 17% Total 99 100% Race and ethnicity White, non-Hispanic 61 61% Black, non-Hispanic 5 6% Hispanic 14 14% Asian/Pacific Islander 2 2% American Indian/Alaska Natives 17 17% Other, non-Hispanic

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