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Window Dressing: The Iowa Health and Wellness Plan is Medicaid Expansion in Disguise

READ THE REPORT EXECUTIVE SUMMARY When Iowa passed the Iowa Health and Wellness Plan, supporters argued it was a state-focused free-market Medicaid expansion alternative that would draw “free” money from Washington without having to implement traditional ObamaCare expansion. Those who […]

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The Arkansas Private Option is Medicaid Expansion

Don't be fooled! Legislators around the country are being pressured to expand Medicaid, and they're being told they can do so using only federal dollars.  The truth is

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Empty Promises of Arkansas’ Medicaid Private Option Debunked in New Report

So-Called Private Option an ObamaCare Expansion of Medicaid FLORIDA – Legislators who were assured Arkansas’ so-called Private Option draws ObamaCare dollars without having to expand Medicaid were sold a

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North Carolina’s Medicaid Failures Exposed, Explained in New Report

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NAPLES, FLORIDA – Findings released in a new report published today cast serious doubts about Community Care of North Carolina (CCNC)—North Carolina’s Medicaid model—and the dangerous

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Florida’s “Right For Kids” Foster Care Turnaround Explored in New Foundation Report

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Florida’s success turning around its failed child welfare and foster care system with an innovative, kid-focused reform strategy is examined in a report published today by

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ObamaCare Exchange Enrollment Risks Spotlighted in New “Uncover ObamaCare” Report

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE NAPLES, FLORIDA – A new report published by the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA), should serve as a warning sign for Americans exploring the option of

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ADVISORY: Congressional Committee to Hear Testimony from FGA President Tarren Bragdon on Pro-Patient, Pro-Taxpayer Medicaid Reform

Tarren Bragdon, President and CEO of the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA), is at the U.S. House of Representatives today, July 8, to testify before the Committee on

Medicaid in Ohio: The Choice is Clear

Buckeyes should resist Medicaid expansion and instead make Medicaid work for patients and taxpayers. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY In its decision to uphold the federal Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, the U.S.

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Medicaid Expansion: We Already Know How The Story Ends

Other states’ experiences with expanding Medicaid reveal the likely impact on Florida By Jonathan Ingram, Director of Research Executive Summary Supporters of the Affordable Care Act’s optional Medicaid expansion have made

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The Uncertainty of Medicaid Expansion

Major differences in cost and enrollment projections make Medicaid expansion a giant unknown for Florida By Jonathan Ingram, Director of Research   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY As a result of the U.S. Supreme Court