3M More U.S. Residents Would Have Health Coverage if Every State Had Expanded Medicaid Under the ACA
About 3 million additional U.S. residents would have health insurance if every state had expanded its Medicaid program under the Affordable Care Act, according to a New York Times analysis. According to the analysis, the uninsured rate would be two percentage points lower if every state expanded Medicaid.
- "Analysis: Millions More Would Be Insured if Supreme Court Upheld Medicaid Expansion" (Ferris, The Hill, 11/3).
- "Who Would Have Health Insurance if Medicaid Expansion Weren't Optional" (Quealy/Sanger-Katz, "The Upshot," New York Times, 11/3).