Luke Franco, 26, works three jobs and doesn’t know whether he qualifies for Medicaid or a subsidy to buy coverage on the exchange set up under the Affordable Care Act.
Designing skateboards is just one of Luke Franco’s gigs. He has just enough time before his next shift to chat at a café in downtown Providence, R.I.
“I work at the YMCA Monday through Friday with kindergartners through fifth graders. It’s split shift; seven to nine, two to six daily,” he says. “With the rest of my day, I also work at a local pizza place. And in addition to that, I also own and operate a small skateboard company.”
But none of his jobs offers health insurance. I ask him if he worries about that.
“Yes, especially being an avid skateboarder,” the 26-year-old says. “That’s constantly something in the back of
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