The percentage of Americans without health insurance dropped by nearly three percentage points between 2013 and 2014, according the U.S. Census Bureau, from 13.3 to 10.4 percent.
Put another way, 8.8 million more people were insured in 2014 than the year before.
Census officials, point out that a different annual survey that has asked health insurance questions consistently show this to be the biggest drop in the uninsured since at least 2008.
Others say the sizable increase in Americans with insurance due in large part to the implementation of the federal health law is unprecedented since the creation of Medicare and Medicaid 50 years ago.
Can you just image how many more people would now be working if congress actually worked with our president on everything pertaining to progress instead of fighting tooth and nails on everything helpful to the country?