Report: 400,000 Georgians may not have insurance despite Obamacare

A new Kaiser Family Foundation report says Georgia's decision not to expand Medicaid will mean 400,000 in the state will not have health insurance.

A new Kaiser Family Foundation report says Georgia’s decision not to expand Medicaid will mean 400,000 in the state will not have health insurance.

A new Kaiser Family Foundation report says Georgia’s decision not to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act – often called Obamacare – means that more than 400,000 low-income Georgians could remain uninsured in 2014.

The Kaiser report says in states deciding to expand Medicaid nearly all low-income residents will be covered, but in states like Georgia there will be a coverage gap, reports WABE.

The report says some low-income residents earn too much to qualify for Medicaid, but not enough to…Continue Reading

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