No, Really, Blame John Roberts on Medicaid

As the Affordable Care Act slowly unfurls its many complex parts, many states are sitting on the sidelines—especially with the optional Medicaid expansion. The Supreme Court left a loophole in this summer's decision that is directly to blame for the millions who will start the year without health insurance. 

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