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The Alabama Hospital Association estimates that some 326,000 Alabamians would gain health care coverage if Medicaid was expanded
in the state.
Nearly 20 percent of low-income people in states that did not expand Medicaid said they did without needed medical care in the previous 12 months because they could not afford it compared to 9.4 percent in states that expanded
Transportation Secretary Arthur Tugade graced the opening of the expanded
terminal building last Friday.
Among adults aged 18-35 years, states (and the District of Columbia) that expanded
Medicaid had a larger drop in the percentage who were uninsured for the entire calendar year, going from 19.9% in 2013 to 13.7% in 2014 (6.2 percentage points), than did states that did not expand Medicaid, which dropped from 25.7% to 22.3% (3.4 percentage points), the AHRQ reported.
But other states have not expanded
Medicaid grapple with substantially higher proportions of residents who lack health insurance, (http://kff.org/health-reform/issue-brief/the-coverage-gap-uninsured-poor-adults-in-states-that-do-not-expand-medicaid-an-update/) research by the nonprofit Kaiser Family Foundation has shown.
HHS suggests hospitals in states that have expanded
Medicaid under the ACA will see greater savings than hospitals in states that have not expanded
Homicide Data Table 1--"Murder Victims by Race and Sex, 2012"
Van Lines.com; Brune & Richard; Burchman, Terrio et A1.; and M&R Strategic expanded
their leases and Vera Institute of Justice relocated and expanded
Highly reactive adhesive polymers from the company can be crosslinked with UV radiation, and subsequently expanded
into low density foamed adhesive systems.
To ensure healthy birth outcomes for low-income families, this program expanded
Medicaid eligibility, to pregnant women with incomes of up to 185% of the federal poverty level (the federal mandate was 133%).
Those programs began narrowly, then gradually expanded
as the IRS became more comfortable with them.