Americans Disenrolled From Medicaid Have Other Health Insurance Options

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Across the country, states are removing ineligible Medicaid recipients from their rolls, a process that resumed in April after a three-year pause during the pandemic.

This return to normal will save taxpayers money, and it’s unlikely to leave anyone without health insurance unless that’s what they choose.

Some Democratic lawmakers are decrying the process as hasty and unfair. Yet everyone still has the right to apply or re-apply for Medicaid. If they don’t qualify, they can seek subsidized insurance through a state marketplace or an employer.

Read the full article at Townhall

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