Virginia Medicaid Expansion Enrollment Exceeds Projections (all the bad news about Obamacare)

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Surprise, Surprise! Medicaid expansion enrollment exceeds projections in Virginia – 360K projected, 375K end of first year, 383K now. #BlowUpComing

Obamacare’s high premiums, deductibles, and co-pays have cut access to medical services, new study says.  #ItsNotWorking

Blue states lose bid for rehearing of court ruling which struck down Obamacare’s individual mandate

Opponents point out problems with Medicaid expansion in Kansas – the disabled will get the short end of the stick, insurance premiums will rise, etc.

Oklahoma wants to be Idaho – Oklahoma’s ballot initiative doesn’t say a word about how Medicaid expansion would be funded.  That’s what Idaho did and they still haven’t figured out the funding.

New study shows what the Obama administration did not want you to know: Medicaid expansion’s incentives for states to game the system have produced improper payments of 10-20% of total program cost (states not assessing eligibility and deliberately miscategorizing people to get higher fiederal match)

“Fiscal, Political Realities Align Against Medicaid Expansion in Mississippi”

Budgetary sleight-of-hand in Idaho bill meant to mask rise in overall Medicaid spending

Medicaid spending eating up state budgets–commentary-medicaid-dominating-state-budgets

Deconstructing the Single Payer Narrative (tweets & analysis) –

– legalize true catastrophic insurance
– return Medicaid to a poverty program


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