Further, 86 percent of women 15 to 24 without children said they expected to have children someday, says the CDC. That's telling because only 77 percent of childless women ages 25-34 reported they were expecting to have a child in the future. That might signal that younger women see more paths to childbearing, or even feel more confident that they can afford having a child with the passage of the Affordable Care Act. As more people gain insurance through Obamacare, the health costs of having a baby could feel more manageable. … [Read more...] about Obamacare, Better Economy Causing Baby Boom?