Hill March 23, 2023
Stephen Neukam

State lawmakers in North Carolina reached a deal Thursday on Medicaid expansion, ending a decadelong fight in the state over whether to accept federal funding to expand the program that will provide health coverage to low-income adults.

The agreement in North Carolina on the 13th anniversary of the Obama-era Affordable Care Act, which offered the Medicaid expansion to states, knocks one more state off the list of Medicaid expansion holdouts, as an overwhelming majority of states have accepted the federal support.

But even as Democrats in Congress try to entice state lawmakers to accept federal funds to expand Medicaid, a dwindling number of states have continued to turn their noses up at the offer. Here are the states that still...

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