Undecided states resume consideration of Medicaid expansion

09/12/2013 | Politico (Washington, D.C.)

Leaders in Indiana and Oklahoma struck deals with CMS to continue running low-income health programs while they consider Medicaid expansion, Ohio and Montana might put the question to voters, and Pennsylvania and New Hampshire, along with Ohio, could pass expansion legislation before the end of the legislative session. A decision in Virginia may depend on the gubernatorial election results, the governor of Tennessee is negotiating a possible compromise with the Obama administration, and the governors of Idaho, South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming have hinted they will reconsider expansion next year.

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