SAN ANTONIO — The facts are pretty basic: About 1 million Texans — 115,000 in Bexar County — could be eligible for insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act, but won’t be able to get it.
Because they live in Texas.
Because Texas won’t allow it.
Because they fall into that group of the state’s uninsured residents who don’t make enough money to qualify for tax credits and too much to be eligible for Medicaid. Where they fall has a name: the “coverage gap.”