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Insights Column 03.31.2015

If the Remaining States Expand Medicaid, Who Would Benefit?

Twenty-two states have chosen not to extend Medicaid coverage, leaving hundreds of thousands of their residents in the health coverage gap. These people—who do not qualify for Medicaid in their state, but cannot afford…

Report 03.30.2015

Medicaid Expansion and Health Disparities: Hispanics

In the states that have chosen not to expand their Medicaid program, there are hundreds of thousands of uninsured, low-income Hispanics who are lagging behind on key measures of access to health care. Whether…

Infographic 03.23.2015

Expanding Medicaid: State Data on Populations That Stand to Benefit

Update (7/16/2015): Alaska Governor Bill Walker announces he will use executive authority to expand Medicaid, leaving 19 states not expanding. Nineteen states* have chosen not to extend Medicaid health coverage, leaving sizable populations without health insurance. If…

Infographic 03.15.2015

King v. Burwell social media graphics

This page was designed to help you share quotes from consumers and advocates protesting the harmful effects of the King v. Burwell lawsuit. Please share these graphics with your networks. For more information on King v. Burwell, visit…

Insights Column 03.05.2015

King v. Burwell at the Supreme Court: Oral Arguments

This blog is part of a weekly series—one that analyzes the political, legal, and social issues and ramifications of King v. Burwell, a lawsuit before the Supreme Court that threatens to undermine the Affordable Care…

Report 03.04.2015

King v. Burwell Twitter Chat

WHAT The day after the Supreme Court hears oral arguments in King v. Burwell, experts from Families USA, the American Public Health Association, the National Women’s Law Center, and the Center for American Progress will discuss the case on Twitter…