Coverage gap becomes tough for some governors to ignore

Close to 5 million Americans are estimated to fall into a coverage gap created in states that declined to expand Medicaid eligibility. Those affected have incomes too low to qualify for Affordable Care Act tax credits and subsidies but too high for Medicaid without the expansion of eligibility. That has some governors reconsidering their states' decision not to expand Medicaid programs.

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