It is still remarkable that fourteen states have local power structures still opposed to Medicaid expansion. Turning down free resources for your people tells others something about your concern for the common weal:

The Advisory Board Daily Briefing: Where the States Stand on Medicaid Expansion: "EXPANSION MAY EXPIRE: Montana.... Voters on Nov. 6 rejected a ballot measure to continue the state's expansion through funding from a higher tax on tobacco. In light of the measure failure, the Montana House in March passed a bill that would continue the expansion.... NOT EXPANDING AT THIS TIME.... Alabama.... Florida.... Kansas.... Mississippi.... Missouri.... North Carolina.... Oklahoma.... South Carolina.... South Dakota.... Tennessee.... Texas.... Wisconsin.... Wyoming.... ACTIVELY CONSIDERING EXPANSION.... Georgia.... Gov. Brian Kemp (R), who took office in 2019, in March signed into law a bill that permits the state to seek federal approval for a partial Medicaid expansion and to impose Medicaid work requirements...

Where the states stand on Medicaid expansion The Advisory Board Daily Briefing


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