More states are discussing alternative models through waivers as a politically viable way to implement the expansion.Read Brief
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In a column for The Wall Street Journal's Think Tank, Foundation President and CEO Drew Altman explains that Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam's decision on Medicaid expansion via the Affordable Care Act is the latest sign of pragmatism slowly winning over ideology in red states.View all Perspectives
More than half of the states have expanded Medicaid under the ACA, while some others that initially decided against it consider whether to expand, in some cases by seeking waivers.
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