How Big Cities Will Suffer in States that Snubbed Obamacare’s Medicaid Expansion

Cities were to be the biggest beneficiaries of a provision of the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) expanding access to Medicaid. The low-income are disproportionately concentrated in urban America. So are major regional medical centers like Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta that provide care for and attract the uninsured from far outside of cities.

Some of the country’s biggest cities, though — Atlanta, Miami, Houston, Dallas, Philadelphia – are so far missing out on these benefits.

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