Today’s post comes from guest author Charlie Domer, from The Domer Law Firm.
Check out this brief article about the financial impact for states that are refusing Medicaid expansion. The summary:
“In other words, the non-expansion states really are shooting themselves in the foot. They’re enrolling fewer people, but paying more to do it. They actually prefer spending more money if the alternative is spending less but helping their own poor with medical coverage.”
Wisconsin is a non-expansion state. Ouch. That hurts.