Most Americans are aware of the millions of Americans who get their insurance through their employer, but are left in the dark about the coverage they get under state and federal programs that cover millions of people.
There are currently four states in which the federal government and its programs offer coverage for all workers regardless of the source of their income.
This means that most Americans are eligible for coverage in any state that offers it.
The four states are: California, New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania.
Each of those states have their own rules for what types of insurance they cover.
California is an example of a state that provides coverage to all its residents, but has a state-by-state system for the eligibility of its residents.
In New York and Massachusetts, residents of other states have a separate set of rules for who they can receive coverage through, but also have a statewide system that is based on income.
In Pennsylvania, the state’s insurance commissioner oversees a single insurance program.
For more information about state insurance coverage and how it compares to the federal coverage, visit the Department of Labor website.
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