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´╗┐benefits of medicaid expansion under Affordable Care Act

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a poor state to dramatically reduce the number of people without insurance."This is a great opportunity. It's a win for Alabama," said Jim Carnes, communications director for Alabama Arise, an advocacy group for low income families."The health outcomes for the people of Alabama will improve, and we think it's an economic win because there will be an infusion of federal tax dollars coming back to Alabama," Carnes said.But Speaker of the House Mike Hubbard, R Auburn, and other politicians questioned how the state could pay for its share of the expansion since it already is struggling to pay for Medicaid."My first impression is we can't afford what we have now," Hubbard said."We certainly can't afford to add 400,000 people to the rolls, especially when we can't control the eligibility requirements and the services to be provided," said Hubbard, R Auburn.The federal government would pay all the cost of services for new enrollees for the first three years, but then that amount would drop, hitting 90 percent in 2020.

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Alabama ranks 14th in the country for the number of people Adidas High Tops Infants

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who likely would be added to the Medicaid rolls if the program were expanded, according to estimates from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.Alabama Adidas Originals High Top Trainers

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also is one of five states where more than 60 percent of the state's uninsured population could become eligible for Medicaid if the expansion were implemented, according to the Urban Institute.But those gains in insurance while mostly paid for by the federal government wouldn't be entirely free to the state. The federal government would pay 100 percent of the cost of services for new enrollees for the first three years, but that eventually would drop to 90 percent. Supreme Court decision to make the Medicaid expansion optional sets up a debate among officials who question the state's ability to afford the expansion particularly since the state is struggling to pay for Medicaid now and advocates who say the state can't afford not to expand the program.Gov. Robert Bentley, a doctor, said he has not decided whether to expand Medicaid. "There are many unanswered questions," he said."We'll have to look at how it affects the people of our state, how it affects our budgets. We'll make the decision at the proper date," Bentley said.In Alabama, about 744,000 people or about 16 percent of the state's population are without health insurance. Many of those live on incomes close to the poverty line.The suggested expansion would open Medicaid to adults younger than 65 with an income of less than 133 percent of the federal poverty level, which would be $14,404 for individuals and $29,326 for a family of four.In Alabama, 351,567 people would be added to the Medicaid rolls in 2019, Kaiser estimated based on assumptions about how many people who were eligible would sign up. The number could go as high as 455,952, Kaiser estimated. The numbers include some people who have insurance now, but who might drop it to go on Medicaid.Advocates for Adidas Duramo 6 White Leather expanded coverage say it's a historic chance for Adidas High Tops White And Red

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