How the Medicaid expansion could actually save states money

The Washington Post

July 5, 2012

 

Republican governors opposing the Medicaid expansion have focused on the costs their states would have to take on. But there are also ways that the expansion would save state governments money, helping to offset at least some of the new upfront Medicaid costs. And in some cases, they’re likely to save states more money on Medicaid than they currently are spending.
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