How the 2014 governors races could impact Medicaid expansion
In the largest batch of gubernatorial contests since Republicans won big in 2010, this November has major implications for the future of Medicaid expansion in several states. The potential changes are mostly isolated to races where there are good chances that the governor’s office could change parties. In some of those cases, state legislatures — some of which bear the imprint of the 2010 GOP wave — present obstacles to gubernatorial candidates pledging to expand Medicaid to more poor adults.
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