Across the country, conservative state officials are going further than ever to thwart Medicaid expansion, taking steps to reverse successful ballot initiatives, reforming processes to block ballot measures before they reach voters — and erecting barriers to Medicaid enrollment for some residents who are already eligible. That’s all potentially bad news for Medicaid-focused insurers, experts say.
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