What happens if a state opts out of Medicaid, in one chart

If governors opt their states out of the health law’s Medicaid expansion — as many are now threatening to do — it’s the poorest Americans who would find themselves getting the rawest deal.

What happens if a state opts out of Medicaid, in one chart

If governors opt their states out of the health law’s Medicaid expansion — as many are now threatening to do — it’s the poorest Americans who would find themselves getting the rawest deal.

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    My state, Delaware, hasn’t decided whether to commit to widening eligibility for Medicaid to 133 percent
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    oh look at LA down there…
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    Simple explanation of what will happen if states opt out of Medicaid
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