Medicaid expansion's private option is nearly gone


Comments close soon on New Hampshire’s new Medicaid waiver application. The Granite State is one of several states to already have a work requirement approved, and they want to continue it, which is what understandably gets the most attention.

But New Hampshire is also making another change to their Medicaid expansion plan, one that helps signal the end of an era for the program, the quiet death of what was once thought to be a promising conservative alternative to a conventional Medicaid expansion.

The federal government's push to create a work requirement for medicaid, that would prohibit many from keeping their coverage, is gaining ground in conservative states.

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