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Do I still have to buy health insurance after the new tax bill?

The Republican tax bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, removed the federal requirement for health insurance coverage. While there is no fine on the federal level for not being covered, individual states may impose a mandate for health care coverage and could fine taxpayers for not meeting the state requirement.

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