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By funding the expansion of state Medicaid programs beyond the traditional populations of poor mothers and children, the law has brought coverage to tens of thousands of previously uninsured shooting victims, often young African-American men, who, once stabilized in emergency...

source: Kaiser Health News

People with a history of incarceration are typically much sicker than the general population, especially returning inmates. Studies done primarily in Ohio and Texas have found that more than 8 in 10 returning prisoners have a chronic medical...

source: Kaiser Health News

Most of the state prison systems in the 31 states that expanded Medicaid have either not created large-scale enrollment programs or operate spotty programs that leave large numbers of exiting inmates — many of whom are chronically...

source: Kaiser Health News

New Hampshire, along with 30 other states and the District of Columbia, expanded eligibility for the state-federal low-income health insurance program under the Affordable Care Act. Roughly 1.6 million Americans have had access to substance...

source: Kaiser Health News

Excluded from the Affordable Care Act because of politics, thousands of poor Americans grapple with the toll — physical and psychological — of being uninsured. According to the most recent census data, the uninsured portion of the United States population has...

source: The New York Times

Hopes for Medicaid expansion, the program intended to bring health coverage to thousands of low-income adults, have died in Wyoming. The four-year effort to expand Medicaid in the Cowboy State expired unceremoniously in the wake of Donald Trump's successful White House bid....

source: Casper Star Tribune


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