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Michigan GOP Gov. Rick Snyder campaigning on support of Obamacare

East Lansing - Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is touting the fact that 63,000 more low-income adults have signed onto the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion program than had previously been projected. Snyder is a Republican and running for reelection on Nov. 4.

Obamacare saves states with Medicaid $5.7B for uncompensated care

Washington - The pressure for the 23 states that have not enrolled to enroll in the Medicaid cash expansion portion of the Affordable Care Act, is increasing by the day. This year alone, those states enrolling in the Medicaid expansion will save $5.7 billion dollars.

Obamacare saves states with Medicaid $5.7B for uncompensated care

Washington - The pressure for the 23 states that have not enrolled to enroll in the Medicaid cash expansion portion of the Affordable Care Act, is increasing by the day. This year alone, those states enrolling in the Medicaid expansion will save $5.7 billion dollars.

Op-Ed: North Carolina pays $10B for Medicaid whether it 'opts in' or not

Charlotte - The state of North Carolina made a decision to "opt-out" of the Medicaid expansion portion of the Affordable Care Act for purely political reasons. Those political beliefs come with a hefty price tag for North Carolina, a whopping $10 billion by 2022.

Op-Ed: Gov. Tom Corbett of Pennsylvania trailing polls, expands Medicaid

Harrisburg - The Medicaid expansion portion of the Affordable Care Act is optional for the states thanks to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling. Every Democratic governor, except for one, is participating. Tom Corbett of Pennsylvania became the ninth GOP governor to sign on.

Op-Ed: Medicaid — The Public Option that works

Obscured by the anti-Obamacare blitzkrieg has been the real success story of Medicaid. Once the expanded coverage kicks in on January 1, 2014, will the regressives finally jump on the bandwagon, or try to run it off the road?

300,000 denied health insurance in NJ due to Chris Christie veto

Trenton - New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a potential presidential candidate for 2016, on Friday vetoed a bill that would have provided health insurance to hundreds of thousands of the state's poor who are currently ineligible.
 

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