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ERIU Book Release Event

Top Ten Myths about the Uninsured

February 11, 2004
National Press Club
Washington, D.C.

This event was held to publicize the release of the edited volume, "Health Policy and the Uninsured," published by the Urban Institute Press. The book presents findings from six papers commissioned by ERIU to summarize what we know and do not know about the causes and consequences of being without health insurance coverage. At the event, Mark Pauly and Len Nichols discussed how the book helps to debunk ten popular myths about the uninsured.