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Even in less dramatic scenarios, anywhere from between 1.1 million to 2 million kids would become uninsured, depending on how issues related to Obamacare subsidies, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program are decided by the Supreme Court and Congress.

And in the least dramatic scenario, an estimated 600,000 kids would lose their health coverage, according to the Urban Institute research. Its report includes an interactive tool to see how the decisions would play out in each of these situ……….. continues on CNBC.

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