The Hill: Analysis: Millions more would be insured if Supreme Court upheld Medicaid expansion

By Sarah Ferris An extra 3 million people would have gained health insurance if the Supreme Court had ruled in favor of the Obama administration’s Medicaid plans two years ago, according to new data. If all states had expanded their eligibility for the low-income insurance program, the percent of people without insurance nationwide would have … Continue reading

California Healthline: Why Haven’t More States Expanded Medicaid Yet?

by Amanda Wolfe, Road to Reform Editor “The Court today limits the financial pressure the Secretary may apply to induce States to accept the terms of the Medicaid expansion. As a practical matter, that means States may now choose to reject the expansion; that is the whole point. But that does not mean all or … Continue reading

CNBC: Employers face tax hit in states with no Medicaid expansion

Benjamin Norman for The New York Times Patients at the Peekskill center, which may or may not get to keep a $4.5 million federal grant.

By: Dan Mangan | Health Care Reporter The decision by 25 states not to expand Medicaid coverage under Obamacare could cost some employers more than $1.5 billion in new taxes starting next year, a new analysis reveals. That tax hit might come as a shock to many of those businesses unaware of their exposure to the … Continue reading

USA Today: Study: States that reject Medicaid expansion lose money

Kelly Kennedy, USA TODAY States were allowed to deny Medicaid expansion under the same Supreme Court decision that upheld the Affordable Care Act. (Photo: Tony Dejak, AP) STORY HIGHLIGHTS Texas could lose $9.2 billion by 2022 by not expanding Medicaid, study says Some governors say even the 10% they would have to pay would strain … Continue reading

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