Health care is a right. And thanks to the Affordable Care Act, affordable access to care is a reality for millions of people who didn’t have it before. Now, a Supreme Court case threatens to roll back that progress and take away 9.3 million Americans’ health coverage — disproportionately impacting women and people of color.

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3 charts shatter the biggest myths about Obamacare

The Affordable Care Act was intended to reign in the cost of health care, expand access and raise the insurance rate. Almost immediately, Obamacare critics whined and stomped their feet about everything from so-called death panels to the broken website. 

Perhaps the biggest myth of all was the idea that health care would be rationed out and somehow become more expensive for everyone.