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If the Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act becomes law, Montana could end its Medicaid expansion program, which has opened up coverage options for many Native Americans. Known as the Montana Health and Economic Livelihood...

source: The Billings Gazette

Many in Texas are keeping a close eye on the Republican bid to replace the Affordable Care Act. One of the big changes is how it would affect low-income people, seniors, and people with disabilities who get help from Medicaid. And people on both sides of the political spectrum...

source: NPR

Gov. Charlie Baker warned that the GOP plan to repeal the federal health care law could put a half-million Massachusetts residents at risk of losing coverage, blow a $2 billion hole in the state budget, and threaten the state’s first-in-the-nation commitment to...

source: The Boston Globe

Rick Snyder, Michigan’s Republican governor, is warning congressmen in his state that a bill repealing Obamacare could harm some of their most vulnerable constituents. Snyder sent personal letters to each member of Michigan’s...

source: Bloomberg

Connie Dotts is a big fan of her insurance. "I like that we can choose our own doctors," says the 60-year-old resident of Mesa, Ariz. "They also have extensive mental health coverage." Dotts isn't on some pricey plan, either. She's...

source: NPR

A Republican proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act would effectively block states’ ability to expand Medicaid, thwarting a new attempt by Kansas to expand its own privatized version of the program. Congressional Republicans...

source: The Kansas City Star


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