When 19 States Refuse to Expand Medicaid, Veterans Suffer

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When 19 States Refuse to Expand Medicaid, Veterans Suffer

Oct, 4th 2016

More than 600,000 veterans will go without health insurance next year unless 19 states stop holding out against expanding Medicaid, researchers said Wednesday.

Even with Medicaid expansion, hundreds of thousands of vets are going to go without a way to pay for medical care, the report from the left-leaning Urban Institute finds.

But 327,000 of those who will go without health insurance live in the 19 states -- all with Republican governors -- that have not expanded Medicaid, the researchers said.

It finds more than 120,000 of these fall into the so-called "Medicaid gap" — they are not poor enough to qualify for Medicaid, but they make too much money to qualify for federal subsidies to buy health insurance on the Obamacare exchanges.

And they don't all get or qualify...

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