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October 2015

Medicaid: Health Insurance for Working Illinois Residents

In 2014, Illinois accepted federal funds to provide health insurance to more low-income residents through Medicaid. Medicaid expansion gives Illinois residents with incomes below 138 percent of the federal poverty level ($27,720 for a family of three in 2015) the chance to enroll in affordable health insurance. Our analysis finds that 53 percent of those who stand to gain health coverage because of Medicaid expansion are working.

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October 2015

Medicaid: Health Insurance for Working Iowa Residents

In 2014, Iowa accepted federal funds to provide health insurance to more low-income residents through Medicaid. Medicaid expansion gives Iowa residents with incomes below 138 percent of the federal poverty level ($27,720 for a family of three in 2015) the chance to enroll in affordable health insurance. Our analysis finds that 68 percent of those who stand to gain health coverage because of Medicaid expansion are working.

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October 2015

Medicaid: Health Insurance for Working Kentucky Residents

In 2014, Kentucky accepted federal funds to provide health insurance to more low-income residents through Medicaid. Medicaid expansion gives low- and middle-income Kentucky residents the chance to enroll in affordable health insurance.

September 22, 2015

Census Report Shows That States That Expand Medicaid See Lower Uninsured Rates

Last week, the U.S. Census Bureau released its report on health insurance in the United States in 2014. That report showed that nearly 9 million people gained health insurance in 2014. This is by far the largest single year reduction in the uninsured since the Census began collecting data on insurance status in 1987. Generally, states that expanded Medicaid in 2014 saw the greatest drop in the number of residents without health insurance.

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September 2015

Healthy Michigan: Health Insurance for Working Michigan Residents

In 2014, Michigan accepted federal funds to provide health insurance to more low-income residents through Healthy Michigan. Healthy Michigan gives Michiganders with incomes below 138 percent of the federal poverty level ($27,720 for a family of three in 2015) the chance to enroll in affordable health insurance. Our analysis finds that 57 percent of those who stand to gain health coverage because of Medicaid expansion are working.

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October 2015

Medicaid: Health Insurance for Working Arizona Residents

In 2014, Arizona accepted federal funds to provide health insurance to more low-income residents through its Medicaid program. This gives uninsured Arizonans the chance to enroll in affordable health insurance.
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October 2015

Medicaid: Health Insurance for Working West Virginia Residents

In 2014, West Virginia accepted federal funds to provide health insurance to more low-income residents through Medicaid. Medicaid expansion gives low- and middle-income West Virginians the chance to enroll in affordable health insurance.
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September 2015

Centennial Care: Health Insurance for Working New Mexico Residents

In 2014, New Mexico accepted federal funds to provide health insurance to more low-income residents through Centennial Care. Centennial Care gives New Mexico residents with incomes up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level ($27,720 for a family of three in 2015) the chance to enroll in affordable health insurance. Our analysis find that 56 percent of those who stand to gain health coverage because of Centennial Care are working.

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September 2015

Medicaid: Health Insurance for Working Ohio Residents

In 2014, Ohio accepted federal funds to provide health insurance to more low-income residents through Medicaid. Medicaid expansion gives Ohioans with incomes below 138 percent of the federal poverty level ($27,720 for a family of three in 2015) the chance to enroll in affordable health insurance. Our analysis finds that 55 percent of those who stand to gain health coverage because of Medicaid expansion are working.

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October 2015

The Private Option: Health Insurance for Working Arkansas Residents

In 2014, Arkansas accepted federal funds to provide health insurance to more low-income residents through the private option. The private option gives Arkansas residents with incomes below 138 percent of the federal poverty level ($27,720 for a family of three in 2015) the chance to enroll in affordable health insurance. Our analysis finds that 58 percent of those who stand to gain health coverage through the private option are working.

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