Pulling the Plug on the ACA

Repeal of the ACA without a simultaneous comparable replacement could jeopardize health coverage for millions of Californians. It could also cost the state a lot of jobs.
January 2017

If the Affordable Care Act (ACA) were repealed, according to a report published by The Commonwealth Fund, California could stand to lose more jobs than any other state due to its size and the extent to which it has fully embraced opportunities to expand coverage through federal health reform. See the potential economic impact of repeal in the infographic below.

Pulling the Plug on the ACA