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Virginia would first expand Medicaid, then ask the federal government for permission to add a work requirement, under the plan the Senate approved Wednesday. Advertisement.Which states do not have expanded Medicaid?
What States Do Not Have Expanded Medicaid? In spite of an existing lack of Medicaid expansion, Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Wisconsin, and Wyoming are not among the states.Is Virginia a Medicaid expansion state?
Virginia has expanded coverage to low-income adults. As of November 2021, Virginia has enrolled 1,811,550 individuals in Medicaid and CHIP — a net increase of 93.66% since the first Marketplace Open Enrollment Period and related Medicaid program changes in October 2013.When did Virginia expand Medicaid?
Virginia expanded Medicaid in January 2019, and 450,000 people had enrolled by August 2020. That's more than the state had anticipated, due in large part to the widespread job losses caused by the COVID pandemic in 2020. The state had planned to impose a Medicaid work requirement, premiums, and cost-sharing, but has since withdrawn that proposal and is no longer pursuing it.