States want compromise on Medicaid expansion

Several states are seeking a compromise on Medicare expansion as part of the Affordable Care Act, reported The Wall Street Journal. New Mexico, Indiana and Wisconsin are asking the federal government for waivers that would allow them to keep Medicaid expansion to those whose incomes are at the poverty level, while offering anyone above the poverty line federal subsidies to obtain coverage. Article

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