A new Congressional analysis of ObamaCare says fewer Americans will be insured under the plan than first thought because the Supreme Court tossed out a piece of the “Affordable Healthcare Act.” However, this change could end up saving states a lot of money.
Under the original bill, states would have been required to vastly expand Medicaid, which is health care provided to the poor, but the Supreme Court threw out that part of the law. Now it appears that many states won’t expand Medicaid after all. As a result, about three million fewer people than originally projected will have that kind of coverage.
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