The Associated Press has released the latest report from the APA’s annual Survey of American Industries (SAI) which tracks a wide range of industries from the health and beauty industry to the financial services and insurance industries.
The survey, conducted annually since 2009, provides a look at the economic impact of policies enacted by the U.S. Congress, the executive branch and the states to boost the economy and the overall quality of life for Americans.
Here are some of the findings of the latest survey: Health Care The APA surveyed health care workers in the private and public sectors to find out how the Affordable Care Act (ACA) has affected their health care.
The study showed that health care costs are up in the U, but also that the ACA has increased spending on health care, while the private sector has seen increases in spending.
While the private sectors are spending more on health insurance and drugs, the public sector is spending less on health.
While some private sector employers have experienced health care cost increases, others have experienced decreases.
The APS found that the share of workers in private health plans has dropped from a peak of nearly 20% to about 15% and that health insurance costs have increased by nearly 10% in the last year.
A number of states have passed laws to help cover health care expenses for their employees.
In addition, a large share of private employers have expanded or expanded health insurance coverage.
The average cost of private health insurance for workers is about $5,500 a year, while for employers it is about half that amount, the survey found.
A significant portion of workers do not have health insurance, but it is not clear why this is.
A large share are in small businesses.
The proportion of workers with employer-provided health insurance is less than 2%, while the proportion of employees with employer coverage is nearly double that level, the APS said.
Some workers are more likely to have employer-sponsored health insurance than are others.
In general, the higher the number of employees in an employer, the greater the number with employer insurance.
The percentage of workers who are covered by employer coverage increases with the size of the business, with about 40% of workers covered by a small business.
Health Care Spending The API found that spending on public health care and health insurance has increased in recent years.
Spending on health and other health care has increased by 4% since 2009.
But spending on private health care is still below the levels it was a few years ago.
Spending for the private health sector is up about 9%, while spending on Medicaid is down about 6%.
The AP report also shows that the number and share of Americans who have insurance has declined.
The number of Americans with private health coverage fell from about 15 million in 2009 to about 13 million in 2020.
The share of those who do not pay for insurance has also declined.
This is especially true for the poor.
In 2020, 26% of Americans had private insurance, down from 30% in 2009.
The public sector has continued to see an increase in spending on medical care, which is the portion of total spending that is paid for by taxes.
While overall spending on the health care sector is growing, the private part of the health sector continues to decline, the report found.
The Affordable Care for All Act (ACAA) is the cornerstone of the ACA, but many of its provisions were enacted to boost coverage for the uninsured, which included increasing the minimum wage, improving coverage for people with pre-existing conditions, providing tax credits for individuals and employers to buy health insurance on the exchanges and allowing states to opt out of the law’s requirement that insurers cover certain services such as birth control and cancer screenings.
A report released last month by the Center for American Progress found that President Donald Trump and Republican-controlled Congress have failed to repeal the ACA and instead have worked to weaken its provisions.
The report found that many of the Trump administration’s plans, including the ACA’s expansion of Medicaid and the expansion of the Children’s Health Insurance Program, would cause significant economic damage.
The administration has proposed cutting $1.2 trillion from Medicaid and other public health programs, including eliminating funding for child health and developmental services, increasing the costs of cancer screenings and increasing deductibles for those with pre-, post- or post-existing health conditions.
The plan would also limit Medicaid coverage for pregnant women and reduce payments to states to reduce costs for hospitals and providers.
The House is considering a $1 trillion budget proposal that would repeal most of the changes in the ACA.
The Senate is considering its own proposal, which includes $1trillion in cuts to Medicaid, $600 billion in cuts in Medicare and $900 billion in other programs.