Texas Losing Billions by Refusing Medicaid Expansion

That's billions. With a "b."

D Healthcare Daily reports on a new study that says that the state’s refusal to expand Medicaid will cost Texas big:

State officials have resisted Medicaid expansion, saying the expansion would leading to soaring state costs down the road. Medicaid currently covers 3.6 million Texans. Taking into account federal taxes paid by Texas residents, the net cost to taxpayers in the state in 2022 will be more than $9.2 billion.

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