An Analysis of the Proposed Medicaid Expansion in Michigan

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Friday, June 14, 2013
by Devon M. Herrick and Linda Gorman

Assuming that about 70 percent of the newly eligible sign up for Medicaid, the additional cost during the following decade would be $475 million to Michigan taxpayers and nearly $7 billion to federal taxpayers, say Devon Herrick, a senior fellow with the National Center for Policy Analysis, and Linda Gorman, director of the Health Policy Center at the Independence Institute.

 

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