Medicaid expansion is 'great deal' for states

Medicaid expansion is "a great deal for the states" and, therefore, will eventually be implemented by all states, reported LifeHealthPro. "The irony of those states that decide we are not going to sign on to the Medicaid expansion is that the governors who are doing so are saying, 'We're not going to insure our uninsured people, but we are still going make our taxpayers pay federal taxes to insure uninsured people in other states,'" said Jay Angoff, a lawyer with Mehri & Skalet and the former chair of the federal agency overseeing reform law implementation. "That's crazy," Angoff said, speaking during a National Press Club Newsmakers program in Washington, D.C. Article

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