Datapoint: Could Georgia Expand Medicaid?

Republicans in the Georgia House of Representatives are mulling the possibility of expanding Medicaid in the state, according to a Nov. 17 report in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Legislators held hearings earlier this month, listening to testimony about how Arkansas’ Medicaid expansion program cut its uninsured rate, as well as North Carolina’s upcoming expansion. About 2.91 million people currently receive Medicaid benefits in Georgia, and expansion could make an additional 450,000 people newly eligible for coverage.

Source: AIS’s Directory of Health Plans

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